Thursday’s fire broke out in the world’s largest vaccination institute in India, but did not affect the fight against the Coronavirus Vaccine kitsNews agencies stated, quoting the institute’s sources, that it will not affect the production of the vaccine.
Local media footage shows this strong Gray plumes of smoke billowed over the Indian Serum Institute (SII) in Pune, eastern India, but flames were reported to have erupted at a facility under construction far from the vaccine manufacturing plant. They are extinguished with half a dozen fire trucks. There was no news of the victims, writes MTI.
SII is the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world. He is currently working at Oxford and Cambridge University AstraZeneca Vaccines developed and licensed in India are manufactured there for India and other countries in the region, but the institute is also ready to produce Novavax vaccine in the United States. Under an agreement with AstraZeneca, SII will produce 1 billion doses of coronavirus vaccine in India and other developing countries.
India has its own vaccine, and it’s also licensed: Covaxin was developed by Bharat Biotech.