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Chairman of Tata Sons said – India can deal with the second wave of Corona

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Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran described the second wave of the COVID-19 as very worrying and intimidating.

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Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran has said that India needs to license different COVID-19 Vaccine. Also, to meet the country’s needs amidst the second wave of COVID, it needs to be produced on a war footing. Chandrasekaran described the second wave as very worrying and intimidating. Chandrasekaran, the head of the $ 100 billion industry group, said that there is a need to speed up tracing and vaccination and keep an eye on the supply of vaccines, as nationwide lockdown is not the solution. This will severely affect the economy and will have a much wider impact on the weaker sections of the society.

Chandrasekaran while addressing an AIMA program said, “We need to get more and more vaccines licenses.” He was asked how he would have dealt with this if he had been given this responsibility. Describing this as a difficult question, the head of the Tata group said that we really need to do this on a war footing. He stressed that in order to increase the level of production, it is necessary to invest in a short period of time.

He said, we have to see how we can increase production on a large scale to meet the need. This is a serious situation. This needs to be done. He said that on an urgent basis we can increase tracing and vaccination. Also, there is a need to keep an eye on the supply of vaccines.

Emergency use of 3 vaccines approved

On April 13, the government speeded up the process of approving emergency use of foreign vaccines. Emergency use of 3 vaccines has been approved in the country so far. Kovaxin of Bharat Biotech and Kovishield of Serum Institute of India are already being used for vaccination. Now Russia’s vaccine Sputnik V has also been approved.

Everyone will get a vaccine above 18 years from May 1

Amid the second wave of Corona, the central government has taken a big decision. From May 1, all adults will be given a corona vaccine. In the first phase, vaccines were given to people above 45 years of age in the high risk category. Then in the second phase, the vaccine is being given to all people above 45 years of age. And now from May 1, every person above 18 years of age will be given a vaccine.

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