Sumary of India could resume vaccine exports by June, says CEO of world’s largest vaccine maker:
- The world largest vaccine maker, based in India, will be able to restart exports of AstraZeneca doses by June if new coronavirus infections subside in the country, its chief executive said on Tuesday..
- Since then, daily new infections in India have almost doubled, with the biggest single-day spike of over 100,000 new cases on Monday..
- Infections are being reported faster in India than anywhere else in the world, prompting tougher virus restrictions in New Delhi and its financial capital, Mumbai..
- Sanitation worker Manish Kumar, who according to the officials is the first person in the country vaccinated against the COVID-19, prepares to receive a dose of Bharat Biotech’s COVAXIN during the vaccination campaign at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) hospital in New Delhi, India, on January 16, 2021..
- Poonawalla said, pointing to vaccine export controls imposed by Europe, and the use in the United States of the Defense Production Act to prevent exports of critical raw materials needed to scale up vaccine manufacturing…