Covid-19 vaccine: After Britain, Bahrain has become the second country in the world to approve the emergency use of the vaccine against the epidemic. US drug manufacturer Pfizer and partner German Biontech have formally approved the emergency use of the developed Kovid-19 vaccine.
Bahrain became the second country in the world after Britain
According to a report by Bahrain’s official communications agency, “After a thorough analysis and review of the available data, Bahrain’s Health Regulatory Agency has approved emergency use on Friday night.” However, Bahrain did not say that it had vaccinated How many doses are purchased and when will vaccination begin. Bahrain’s regulatory authorities did not immediately respond to the Associated Press question. Pfizer later stated that the agreement to sell the vaccine, including the supply of vaccines to Bahrain and the number of doses, is secret. He also declined to comment in detail.
Seal on emergency use of Kovid vaccine
Significantly, Bahrain has already approved the emergency use of China-made vaccine ‘Sinopharm’ and till now 6 thousand people have been vaccinated. It is worth noting that to store Pfizer’s Kovid-19 vaccine, a temperature of about -70 ° C is required. Pfizer claims that in the final analysis of Phase III human testing, the vaccine has been found to be up to 95 percent effective. The British regulator MHRA had reported that vaccines providing up to 95 per cent protection were ready to be made available among the people. The process of vaccination of people in high priority groups will be started in a few days.
Bigg Boss 14 Finale: Nikki Tamboli and Rahul Vaidya out of the house, Rubina and Jasmine reached the final round
IND Vs AUS: Australian team caught in bad trouble, star player out of T20 series