The head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Athanom Gabriasis, has said that there is no guarantee that the Kovid vaccines currently being developed will be effective. He was speaking at a virtual conference. None of the vaccines currently being tested can be guaranteed to be effective. More experiments are underway. The chances of getting the vaccine safely and effectively are very high. Tedros added.
More than 200 vaccines are currently undergoing clinical and pre-clinical trials. He added that in the history of vaccine testing, some have the potential to fail and some to succeed. Kovacs is an indigenously developed COVID vaccine developed in India with the help of ICMR. Kovacs is being developed by GAVI, the World Health Organization, and the Collision for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI).
More than 200 vaccines are currently undergoing clinical and pre-clinical trials. He added that in the history of vaccine trials, some are likely to fail and some may succeed. The goal is to deliver the COVID vaccine to all countries in the world. Work is in progress to control the epidemic, save lives, and thereby enable economic recovery.