Government buying Covishield at Rs 215, Covaxin at Rs 225

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on July 16, 2021
The fresh vaccine orders placed by the Centre are at a revised price of Rs 215 for Covishield and Rs 225 for a dose of Covaxin, according to an official source. “We are on path to achieving the target of 50 crore doses by July 31, this is crucial towards meeting our target coverage by end of this year,” the senior official...

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Vaccine against COVID-19
Almost 10 months after Covid vaccination for frontline staff started, Maharashtra’s senior-most bureaucrat, acting chief secretary Debashish Chakrabarty, 59,..
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As the Omicron variant spreads to multiple countries, people are wondering if Indian vaccines will be effective against the new COVID-19 variant.
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Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

Viral vector vaccine for prevention of COVID-19 by Oxford University and AstraZeneca
Up to six different Covid-19 boosters were found to be safe, and provoked strong immune responses in people who have previously received a two-dose course of the..
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Recently, Kerala, Rajasthan, Karnataka, and Chhattisgarh have also urged the Centre to decide on allowing booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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In India, no cases of the new variant have been detected yet, but the government says it is preparing to deal with it.
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