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Health ministry clarifies: Corona vaccine does not need to be given to everyone in the country, some people will break the chain of infection after vaccination

Health ministry clarifies: Corona vaccine does not need to be given to everyone in the country, some people will break the chain of infection after vaccination

The impact of COVID-19 vaccines on the pandemic will depend on several factors. These include factors such as the effectiveness of the vaccines; how quickly they are approved, manufactured, and delivered; and how many people get vaccinated.

Most scientists anticipate that, like most other vaccines, COVID-19 vaccines will not be 100% effective. WHO is working to help ensure that any approved vaccines are as effective as possible, so they can have the greatest impact on the pandemic.

The Centre has no plans to vaccinate every Indian citizen with the Covid-19 vaccine even when such shots would be commercially available, said a top government official on Tuesday. Earlier, a 40-year-old man who took part in the 'Covishield' vaccine trial has alleged serious side effects, including a virtual neurological breakdown and impairment of cognitive functions. Serum Institute, however, denied the charges on Sunday. Meanwhile, Serum Institute of India CEO, Adar Poonawalla said that the Centre is likely to purchase around 300-400 doses of vaccine by July 2021 and that the SII will seek emergency use licensure for its vaccine in 2 weeks. Stay tuned for updates.\

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