Pakistan produces PakVac vaccination

In recent news, Pakistan fostered another custom home made antibody called ‘PakVac’ with the assistance of China’s Cansino Bio after various testing and assessment. Through this, the nation means to diminish its reliance on the COVID-19 antibody.

At first, the organization began utilizing immunization given by the public authority of China. The inoculation began with cutting edge medical services and then senior residents. As of now, Pakistan has now begun the immunization stage for residents inside the age of 30 or more.

Read More: Pakistan offering Covid-19 vaccine to citizens aged 30 and over

Furthermore, the Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr. Faisal Sultan commended the NIH Pakistan team on the successful development of the vaccine in a recent tweet.

He further added that the antibody had passed the thorough inward quality confirmation testing as it was paramount. What’s more, an authority from the NHS expressed that because of the concurrence on innovation move, the NIH would have the option to deliver more than 3 million dozes of ‘PakVac’ each month.

Read More: Pakistan to start local production of CanSinoBio vaccine for Covid-19 from May

However, the Chinese inoculation for example CanSino would be accessible for residents before the finish of May and would gradually proceed onward to PakVac. Nausheen Hamid Parliamentary Secretary for NHS also told the house during question hour that the first batch of the CanSino vaccine is currently being manufactured at the NIH.

Shafqat Mahmood tests positive for Covid-19

Federal education minister Shafqat Mahmood said on Tuesday that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, furthermore adding that he was experiencing “mild symptoms”.

In a tweet, the minister said: “I have tested positive for coronavirus. I feel fine with mild symptoms. InshAllah will get well soon.”0