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US awaits India’s nod to dispatch Pfizer, Moderna vaccines

US awaits India’s nod to dispatch Pfizer, Moderna vaccines

Washington: The United States on July 13 said it is waiting for the Indian government’s nod for dispatching the anti-Covid vaccines that the America is donating to several countries across the world. The Centre has told US that they needs further time to review legal provisions related to accepting vaccine donations.

Moderna seeks nod for vaccine in India, DCGI to take decision soon

Moderna seeks nod for vaccine in India, DCGI to take decision soon

New Delhi: Moderna has requested approval for restricted emergency use authorisation for it’s COVID-19 vaccine from the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI), official sources told media on Tuesday. Moderna has also informed that the US Government has agreed to donate a certain number of doses of its COVID-19 vaccine

India likely to get Pfizer’s vaccine against Covid-19 in July

India likely to get Pfizer’s vaccine against Covid-19 in July

New Delhi: As the government India is relaxing regulatory norms for clearing foreign-made vaccines for use and giving indemnity waiver to facilitate supply of Pfizer’s vaccine against Covid-19 in the country, officials hope to get it by July. The final agreement between the government and the American drug-maker on indemnity

Pfizer offers India COVID-19 vaccine at ‘not-for-profit’ price: Reports

Pfizer offers India COVID-19 vaccine at ‘not-for-profit’ price: Reports

New Delhi: The United States drug maker, Pfizer, reportedly offered Government of India its Covid-19 vaccine for vaccination program in the country at a ‘not-for-profit’ price amid the global Coronavirus scare. The company in an official announcement asserted that it is committed to work with the government to ensure the