India to test human vaccine for Oxford University's Covid

India to test human vaccine for Oxford University's Covid

India to test human vaccine for Oxford University's Covid

The first dose will be given on day one and the second dose on day 29.

Scientists are scrambling at the chance to bring a Covid-19 vaccine to the table however with so many options floating around it can be hard to know which ones actually have legs, so to speak. However, most of the frontrunners in the COVID vaccine race are double-shot vaccines, including Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech's candidates. Johnson and Johnson is testing both.

Gamaleya's vaccine is a so-called viral vector vaccine, meaning it employs another virus to carry the DNA encoding the needed immune response into cells. "We do think a two-shot vaccine would raise more robust response". That would mean the course is incomplete and would only provide minimal protection.

The approval for these trials had come late night on Sunday as DCGI Dr V G Somani gave approvals after evaluating the recommendations of the Subject Expert Committee on COVID-19, the report said.

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"An urgent meeting was held by the subject expert committee on COVID-19 on Friday to consider SII's application".

The vaccine candidate is in the midst of Phase II and III clinical trials in the UK, Phase III trials in Brazil, and Phase I and II clinical trials in South Africa. Around 1,600 people above 18 years of age will participate in the trials across 17 selected sites.

Currently, the country is said to be initially planning serial production of the first domestic vaccine developed by the Gamaleya National Research Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology by September, TASS, a Russian agency reported.

The head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, which finances the trials, said he expects official registration of the vaccine to be complete "within ten days". Health Minister Mikhail Murashko said that they would start vaccinating health workers and teachers first.

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The vaccine was manufactured by Serum in India under technical collaboration with Oxford University/Astra Zeneca and is called as COVISHIELD (SII-ChAdOx1 nCoV-19).

"In my opinion, there are other countries which are way ahead of Russian Federation when it comes to the production of the coronavirus vaccine and are still going through the testing stage".

"The whole world, including Iran, are trying to develop a vaccine for coronavirus, but Russia's claim that it has managed to produce a vaccine is questionable and we need to ask which global health organization has approved it", she added.

"We will be able to ensure production volumes of several hundred thousand a month, with an eventual increase to several million by the start of next year", he said, adding that one developer is preparing production technology at three locations in central Russian Federation.

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