“We expect to get the approval in the next few weeks. It is a two dose vaccine. You take the first dose on day zero and the second one on day 21. The peak immunity develops somewhere between day 28 to day 42. So, it is a two-dose vaccine and we expect it to be available in the next few weeks,” Deepak Sapra, the corporate’s CEO, APIs and Services, mentioned.
Sapra, who was talking in a webinar on Sunday night, was requested as to how quickly Sputnik could be out there and whether or not it’s a one dose or two doses vaccine.
Dr Reddy’s has partnered with the Russia Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) to carry the Sputnik V vaccine to India and different international locations, he mentioned.
Observing that trials of the vaccine have been performed in Russia, India, the UAE and others, he mentioned the vaccine demonstrated efficacy of 91.6 per cent as printed in reputed journal Lancet.
The knowledge on trials is at the moment with the Indian regulator and the corporate expects it to get authorised in the next few weeks, he mentioned.
“Now, what we have done in India, in addition to all this, we also conducted trials in India and evaluated the vaccine on the Indian population for both safety as well as for immunogenicity. This data is currently with the Indian regulator and we expect it to get approved in the next few weeks,” he mentioned.
The webinar on “India’s vaccination journey and the second wave of COVID-19‘ was performed by the All India Professional Congress (AIPC), Telangana.
Former minister J Geeta Reddy, a medical physician, moderated the occasion.
Mahima Datla, Managing Director of Biological E, and Nageshwar Reddy, Chairman of AIG Hospitals, spoke on numerous necessary points regarding COVID-19 surge and the vaccines.
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