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Covid: What led to DCGI nod of Covishield & Covaxin in India? IMCR DG explains

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Covid: What led to DCGI nod of Covishield & Covaxin in India? IMCR DG explains

Covid: What led to DCGI nod of Covishield & Covaxin in India? IMCR DG explains

ICMR DG Dr. Balram Bhargava explained the DCGI nod to two Covid-19 vaccines in India.

Dr. Bhargava spoke on the various studies done over Covishield and Covaxin.

Covishield Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine which is manufactured at Pune’s Serum Institute of India (SII).

Covishield was the first vaccine in India to get the DCGI nod.

Soon after, DCGI approved Covaxin.

Watch the full video for more details.


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