Card image cap
WHO suspends Covaxin supply to UN agencies

The World Health Organisation has suspended supply through United Nations agencies of COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin, produced by India’s Bharat Biotech, to allow the manufacturer to upgrade facilities and address deficiencies found in an inspection. The WHO asked countries that have received the vaccine to take appropriate actions, according to the statement, but did not specify what the appropriate actions would be. The WHO said the vaccine is effective and no safety concerns exist, but the suspension of production for export is due to certain deffeciencies found in its plant inspection and will result in the interruption of Covaxin supply. It said the suspension is in response to the outcomes of WHO post emergency use listing (EUL) inspection conducted from March 14 to 22, and the vaccine maker has indicated its commitment to suspend production of Covaxin for export.

Content by Future Medicine

Disclaimer :
The author(s)' thoughts and opinions in this article are their own and do not necessarily reflect DocMode's viewpoint. The article is in no way created or edited by DocMode.


Supported by Koye Pharmaceuticals

Submit a Comment