Vaccine Count Down: Corona Trial Vaccine Three Layer Security, Testing Starting at 10 a.m. This Morning
Cold storage provides protection that only a doctor can access the vaccine
Corona trial vaccine will be given to volunteers from today in Sola Civil
A number will be announced shortly to find volunteers, on which registration can be done
Vaccines are now the only recourse against the growing case of corona, many of which are still in the trial phase, with the trial of one of the vaccines set to begin this morning at Sola Civil. At present, a trial room has been set up in the Department of Medicine for Bharat Biotech's self-contained vaccine. On the other hand, the vaccine is being stored in cold storage in the lab in three layers of protection, for which a special security round the clock has been arranged.
Special cold storage was prepared for the vaccine
Corona will be given a trial vaccine in the medicine department on the ground floor of Sola Civil, where the volunteer will be given a preliminary check and vaccinated from 10 a.m. today. The vaccine is currently kept in a lab at the hospital, for which cold storage has also been prepared.
The vaccine will be given to volunteers from tomorrow morning
A panel member attached to the vaccine trial committee told Divya Bhaskar that the trial vaccine was currently being kept in the high security zone. The vaccine will be given to volunteers from tomorrow morning. Volunteers are being sought. Volunteers for the trial vaccine will be found and their list will be prepared by announcing a number today. How is the vaccine trial done?
Sources said about the vaccine trial that this is not a vaccine, but a trial vaccine, so there may be other side effects as well. This trial will only be given to healthy people before the vaccine. General paper work is also done after the consent of the volunteer. He will then be checked for a history of any other illness or serious illness. Once the volunteer is determined, he will be vaccinated by injection just like any other vaccine. He will then be kept in the trial room for an hour and will be let go if there is no reaction. If anyone wants to be here in observation it will be considered. The same procedure will be followed for re-trial after 7 days.