In the midst of questions on the efficacy of the Chinese Coronavac vaccine, Bangladesh has turned to India for spalling of the Covishield jab of the Serum Institute of India (SII). Let us know that on January 21, India sent two million doses of coviculated vaccine to Dhaka as a gift, as well as facilitated a commercial contract of 30 million doses with the Pune-based Serum Institute of India (SII).
PM Modi fulfills the promise made to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has fulfilled the assurance given to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during the virtual summit on December 17, 2020, by giving a gift of Kovid vaccine to Dhaka. The two countries are cooperating in the field of Kovid-19 vaccine, which includes testing, distribution, co-production and delivery in Bangladesh in Phase 3.
Demand for Indian vaccine coming from small countries
Let us know that the leadership of Sri Lanka and Nepal have also expressed apprehension about the Chinese vaccine from their Indian interlocutors. Demand for the Indian vaccine is also coming from smaller countries like Barbados, whose Prime Minister Mia Amor Motley wrote to PM Modi on 22 January to supply 200,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. After which this request has been approved.
Clinical from dhaka Trial cost of Wanted to know china
According to diplomats based in Dhaka and Delhi, China wanted to sign a contract with the Sheikh Hasina government to supply Coronavac vaccines, one of the terms of the contract being that Dhaka had to share the cost of clinical trials . While Dhaka refused to share the cost of the tests, the Chinese company said Bangladesh could not be an exception for not sharing the cost because Synovac had the same conditions for all countries in which clinical trials were conducted Had gone.
From India Commercial supply 3 Million Dose has reached Dhaka
Subsequently, Dhaka entered into an alliance with the Serum Institute of India (SII) for the Covishield vaccine and the Modi government also facilitated commercial supply of 30 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. Three million doses of commercial supplies have already landed in Dhaka.
Significantly, India has already sent five million doses of coronovirus vaccine to neighboring seven countries. The first of which was sent to Bhutan on 20 January and Mauritius on 22 January.
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