Center says Kovid vaccination trial in children is in its final stages


  • Vaccination tests in children.
  • The central government shares information.
  • The third wave is reported to be in late August.

New Delhi: The central government will soon release the criteria for vaccination against Kovid-19 in children. Testing of the vaccine is in its final stages as the ICMR forecast a third wave of Kovid in the country in late August.

The central government has said it will move to vaccination after approval by an expert panel. At the same time, the assessment is that the third wave of the covid is not as intense as the wave itself. Head of the Department of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases, Indian Council of Medical Research, Dr. Sameeran Panda said this in an interview with NDTV.

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There will be a third wave of Kovid across the country, but this does not mean that it will be higher or more severe than the second wave, Dr. KS Sameeran told national media. There are four main factors that lead to the third wave. In it, the main reason may be the decrease in immunity that people have acquired in one or two waves. He says there will be a third wave if the immune system weakens.

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According to figures released this morning by the Union Ministry of Health, 38,949 cases of cowpea have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours. The cure rate is 97.28% and the cure rate is 1.99%.

The number of people confirmed by Kovid in the country so far has reached 3,10,26,829. There are currently 4,30,422 active cases of mealybug in the country. The Health Ministry said that 3,01,83,876 people had been cured. In the last 24 hours, 542 deaths have been reported. This brings the total number of Kovid deaths in the country to 4,12531.

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