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Dr. Soumya Swaminathan

Likely To Take Decision On Covaxin's EUL In 4-6 Weeks: WHO

Jul 10, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

According to WHO guidelines, Emergency Use Listing (EUL) is a procedure to streamline the process by which new or unlicensed products can be used during public health emergencies.

Mixing Different Vaccine Shots May Help Fight Mutant Variants of Covid-19: AIIMS Chief

Jun 26, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Dr Randeep Guleria, however, added that further studies needed to be conducted as more information was needed to come to any conclusions in this regard.

Covid-19 Vaccine: India Demonstrates Capacity To Become Global Manufacturer, Says WHO Chief Scientist

As she spoke at the Global Bio-India 2021 Soumya Swaminathan applauded the development of the Covid-19 vaccine in India and describe the country as an innovator

Both Asymptomatic And Pre-symptomatic People Can Transmit Covid-19: WHO Chief Scientist

Jul 01, 2020 Rajat Mishra

In an exclusive conversation with Outlook, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan said though the situation in India is still under control, the numbers have shown a sharp rise after the lockdown was eased.

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