Juxtaposition on Discrete Covid-19 Vaccines: For Rudimentary and Pivotal Cognizance

Abstract

This paper accomplishes an introduction to diverse types of vaccines against coronavirus. Many countries, researchers and pharmaceutical companies worked abundantly so that they could discover a safe and effective vaccine against COVID-19. In response to this, vaccines were discovered on a fast track mode and companies registered for an emergency use authorization, so that it would be helpful to society during pandemic. Manufacturers and various regulatory units are working tirelessly to develop, manufacture and deploy safe and effective vaccines. Scanty information is added on divergent COVID vaccines encompassing information related to the developer, vaccine class, description, efficacy rate, dosing, storage, permitted age groups and authorizations issued.

Keywords: Authorizations, Coronavirus, Efficacy, Dosing, Vaccine, Vaccine Class

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Chatki, P., & Tabassum, S. (2021). Juxtaposition on Discrete Covid-19 Vaccines: For Rudimentary and Pivotal Cognizance. International Journal of Advancement in Life Sciences Research, 4(4), 1-6. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31632/ijalsr.2021.v04i04.001