The Covid-19 aka novel coronavirus which killed Millions of people around the world is now attempting another world trip by this year-end. After causing irreparable losses to mankind and devasting effects on human life, the lethal virus is still active among the communities which have the potential to take many lives.
India is one of the highly populated democratic nations where the chances for an outbreak is inevitable. The constant vigilance and precautionary measures can only save the lives of people. The ruling NDA government has done a tremendous job in the fight against the infamous Chinese virus.
Herd Immunity remained a helpless tool which everyone gossiped about to crack down the virus. Similarly, Plasma donation has been widely advertised as if it controls the pandemic but still, it was unable to deliver expected results. Every Nation tried its best to develop the Vaccine.
In India Bharat Biotech in collaboration with ICMR has developed Covaxin which has entered its trail of phase 3 at AIIMS recently. Apart from India Russia, U.k., USA and China are ahead in vaccine development.
The hope is very obvious for mankind as there are positive news coming out regarding Vaccine developments. But the immediate challenge before the Indian government is the supply of vaccine to each and every individual. It cannot be done without having any proper framework and well-prepared roadmap.
Vaccination drive involves many complications in the highly populated nations like India. Prime Minister Modi held a Video conference with chief Ministers of various states couple of days back and discussed the strategy regarding vaccination drive and preparedness for a possible second wave of coronavirus in various states
The official Twitter account of Prime Minister office read:
Tomorrow, PM @narendramodi will embark on a 3 city visit to personally review the vaccine development & manufacturing process. He will visit the Zydus Biotech Park in Ahmedabad, Bharat Biotech in Hyderabad & Serum Institute of India in Pune.
As India enters a decisive phase of the fight against COVID-19, PM @narendramodi’s visit to these facilities & discussions with the scientists will help him get a first-hand perspective of the preparations, challenges & roadmap in India’s endeavour to vaccinate its citizens.
PM Modi will be visiting three pharma companies at three different cities Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Pune on Saturday and discuss the developments regarding the vaccine. This tour comes at the backdrop of Hyderabad Civic polls which are scheduled at December 1.
The pharmaceutical industry is one of the major sectors where India is having edge over many nations. Even when HYDROXY CHLOROQUINE is seen as miracle drug India supplied the medicine to many countries. This has made a significant impact on Geopolitics and developed a positive environment for India.