Nepal approves India's 'COVISHIELD' Covid-19 vaccines for emergency use

Coronavirus Vaccination Know who will not be given the jab in first phase of inoculation drive

Coronavirus Vaccination Know who will not be given the jab in first phase of inoculation drive

"Comparative factsheet for Covid-19 vaccines (Covishield and Covaxin) has been prepared for recordkeeping purposes".

The health ministry also said that an interval of at least 28 days has to be maintained between the two doses of the vaccine and its effectiveness will begin 14 days after the second dose.

According to the Union Health Ministry, the comparison parameters will include vaccine platform, physical specifications, dosage, cold chain storage requirements, and minor adverse events following the immunisation.

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The health ministry said that pregnant women and lactating mothers are not included in the clinical trials of the coronavirus vaccine at different stages, thus the health department has decided not to give them the COVID-19 vaccine in the initial stage of the inoculation drive. "A high-powered national committee under the Principal Secretary has been set up to ensure proper administration of the vaccine", said Maleque, adding that committees have also been formed at district and upazila level and the Health Ministry will extend all possible support to the committees. He said the people from all age groups would be able to get them registered through their cellular phones soon after the initiation of the vaccination programme.

"Following conditions are not contraindicated for COVID-19 vaccines -persons with past history of SARS-CoV-2 infection and or RT-PCR positive illness, history of chronic diseases and morbidities and immuno-deficiency, HIV, patients on immune suppression due to any condition", the letter stated. From Assam to Goa and from Jammu and Kashmir to Kerala, the vaccines were carefully and swiftly transported to far corners of the country, a day after the first consignment of the Covishield vaccine from the Oxford/AstraZeneca stable rolled out of the Serum Institute of India manufacturing facility in Pune. "Therefore, women who are pregnant or not sure of their pregnancy and lactating women should not receive COVID-19 vaccine at this time", the letter stated.

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