The Director General of WHO has said that the vaccine of Kovid-19 should be distributed among the people fairly. Like WHO, the statement comes at a time when the European Union has given a green signal to Pfizer Biotech to supply 300 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Let us know that the leading pharmaceutical company Pfizer has recently said that analysis of its vaccine has shown that it can be up to 90 percent effective in stopping Kovid-19.
#WHO Director-general @DrTedros has called for “fair allocation” of a # COVID19 vaccine after drugmakers #Pfizer and #BioNTech This week said that their vaccine candidate was found to be more than 90% effective in preventing the disease in interim analysis of data.#Pfizervaccine pic.twitter.com/6NObWrw3tl
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The announcement made by the company on Monday does not mean that the vaccine will come soon. Analysis of the data independently has led to this interim conclusion.
The study included about 44,000 people in the United States and five other countries. Pfizer’s senior vice president of clinical development, Dr. Bill Gruber, said, “We are excited by the results.”