COVID19 vaccine shortage till July, Adar Poonawalla, the SII chief, said
Serum Institute of India(SII) chief Adar Poonawalla said that there would be a shortage of vaccines till July.
India is currently in a worst-case scenario around the globe, with 34 lakh active cases and the highest death rate. The supply of vaccines is being questioned. The SII chief Adar Poonawalla said the supply of vaccine doses would increase after July from 70 million doses per month to 100 doses per month.
Poonawalla said he had no caution on increasing the production of doses earlier. "There were no orders; we did not think we needed to make more than 1 billion doses a year," Adar Poonawalla said. He also added that if he had information on time, he would have happily worked accordingly. SII is producing the COVID vaccine developed by AstraZeneca AND Oxford University in the UK.
Source: zee news
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