FDA takes steps to increase the availability of vaccines

Challenges await India from vaccine availability to vaccine hesitancy. India is all set to win the battle with the coronavirus this pandemic. However, the situation is under control but we cannot ignore the COVID 19 protocols.

The current global issue is the scarcity is COVID-19 vaccines in many countries around the world. This has put everyone in the spotlight. Many nations are trying their level best to combat the issue of the non-availability of vaccines. This is because as long as large populations of the country remain unvaccinated, variants of the virus will continue to emerge. This can pose a global threat to the citizens of various nations. Therefore, the only way to end this global pandemic is vaccination 

Many pharma companies are coming forward for the vaccine production

To meet the need to vaccinate this pandemic, many pharma countries are putting their best foot forward to meet the demands of the nations. Economic models of vaccine manufacturing indicate many countries won't be likely to achieve widespread immunizations until 2022. We must help and support the pharma companies to boost the production of vaccination as soon as possible to protect us from this dreaded nature of coronavirus. 

The situation of a pandemic must be addressed

The horrific situation in India in March 2021 which has led to the nonavailability of hospital beds and oxygen cylinders has led to increasing in the demand for vaccines. The second wave has definitely been a major hit to the country and the entire world has witnessed it. It was quite a frightening situation for the entire world. We need to take action and preventive steps to make sure that the incident should not repeat again. We should take action now in order to regulate the vaccine market and meet the needs of the patients. The situation in India is under control now and we need to expand investment for proper coordination of the worldwide supply chain and infrastructure for responding to future pandemics. 

Pandemic must be controlled with immunization 

It has been two years since the new coronavirus emerged and we have been fighting this pandemic with great efforts. A year into the pandemic of COVID 19 coronavirus disease, the global effort to develop and distribute an effective vaccine produced several promising results. There is a need to accelerate the development of vaccines now so that we can protect all age groups. Now, immunization of a critical mass of the world’s population is very crucial to get the pandemic under control. This is a new challenge against the upcoming strains of the virus. It is important to supply limited doses of vaccines to the public. 

FDA is taking steps to ensure the availability of vaccines 

Vaccines are collaborative efforts across all the sectors of society with pharma companies teaming up with public health agencies or research organizations. India’s vaccination schedule is set up for this month. The pharma companies are trying their level best for the availability of vaccines for all age groups above 18 years of age. The better option is to be prepared for the third wave and be future-ready for the same. 

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