Home » Tag: sputnik v india

Tag Archives: sputnik v india

Sputnik roll out begins, to cost ₹995 per dose

India on Friday began using Sputnik V in its battle against COVID-19 with the first dose of the vaccine from Russia administered in Hyderabad. The vaccine is being sold at a maximum retail price of ₹995 per dose. “As part of a limited pilot, the soft launch has commenced and the first dose was administered in Hyderabad,” announced Dr. Reddy’s ...

Read More »

Coronavirus vaccines: Covaxin vs. Covishield vs. Sputnik V; what we know so far about their possible side-effects | The Times of India

Developed by the Gameleya National Centre of Epidemiology and Microbiology, Russia, Sputnik V was one of the first registered coronavirus vaccines authorized for use globally. The viral vector vaccine works by triggering antibody production and hence, causes routine inflammatory reactions, most of which are mild in nature. According to a Lancet study published in February 2021, the most common side-effects ...

Read More »

Coronavirus vaccine: Not just Oxford, these 6 vaccines have reached third phase trials as well | The Times of India

Russia’s novel vaccine, developed and produced by Gameleya Research Institute, in collaboration with Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) has already been made available to the public, after the end of Phase I/II trials. However, scientists have been simultaneously conducting phase III trials, testing it on 40,000 people. The move came after the vaccine faced a lot of backlash from global ...

Read More »