Coronavirus is infecting a large number of people every day. Meanwhile, vaccination work is also going on in the country. At the same time, people are also participating heavily in this vaccination campaign. Currently, even though the country is using two vaccines Kovaxin and Kovishield. But now from next week, the country will also have a third vaccine Sputnik-V which will be available in the markets. Russia has prepared this vaccine. At the same time, if the question is circulating in your mind that which of these three vaccines is so effective, and what are their side effects? So let's know.
In fact, the Drug Controller General of India (DGCI) has approved the emergency use of the Sputnik-V Corona vaccine in India. The DGCI has approved this vaccine on the basis of tests conducted in Russia, which found the vaccine to have an affixed rate of 91.6 percent. This vaccine proved effective in fighting Corona. This vaccine has been developed by the Gamalaya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology, Russia. This vaccine was approved to be used globally at an early stage.
This vaccine is a viral vector vaccine that works by triggering the production of antibodies. At the same time, speaking of its side effects, according to a Lancet study published in February 2021, after taking the Sputnik-V vaccine, there can be side effects like headache, fatigue, pain at the injection site, or flu, which can be cured in a few days. Become. But after taking the vaccine, no serious case has been revealed. At the same time, the side effects of this vaccine may vary from person to person.
Kovacs's efficacy rate was found to be over 81 percent. The vaccine has been developed and manufactured by Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech. This vaccine uses inactive SARS-COV-2 antigen strains or dead viruses to train the immune system, which will identify and help fight infection by corona infection.
At the same time, speaking of its side effects, according to the Kovaxin Fact Sheet and Regulatory Guidelines, swelling, fever, sweating, pain at the injection site, chills, body aches and weakness, colds after the inoculation round. Symptoms like itching, rashes, colds, and headaches are seen.
Kovishield is being used globally and has an efficacy rate of over 70.4 percent. At the same time, it can be brought up to 90 percent by increasing the interval between its two doses. Oxford's vaccine in India has been developed by Serum Institute, the country's largest manufacturer, in association with Astragenica under the name Kovishield.
Like both other vaccines, Kovishield also has some side effects. In this, side effects have been observed at the injection site, fever, fatigue, body pain, redness, muscle tightness, etc.
One thing we should always keep in mind is that all vaccines are recognized when they meet all safety standards. At the same time, almost all of these vaccines have been considered effective in fighting corona. Therefore, if one wants to beat the corona, then everyone must get the vaccine.
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