News Link: Covid-19 Vaccines That Seek Nod For Emergency Use Authorisation – By MK (Editor)
Emergency Use Authorisation is a mechanism by which regulatory authorities facilitate the availability and use of unapproved medical products. To be precise, vaccines during public health emergencies.
While several coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines have reached advanced stages of trials. Which giving hope to the world that the pandemic that has killed nearly 1.6 million is about to be over. Experts have warned that vaccines alone are not enough to do the job.
The World Health Organisation last week again stressed on the importance of wearing masks and following the Covid-19 guidelines. Warning people that not everyone will be able to receive the vaccine early next year.
“Vaccines do not equal zero Covid. Vaccination will add a major, major, powerful tool to the tool kit that we have. But by themselves, they will not do the job,” WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan said. WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus too cautioned against the “growing thought that the pandemic is over.”
Meanwhile, nations are gearing up for a massive rollout to tackle the increasing number of infections. As per the Union health ministry, eight vaccine candidates are at various stages of trials in India. They are in the line for Emergency Use Authorisation (EUA)
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News Link: Covid-19 Vaccines That Seek Nod For Emergency Use Authorisation