Pharmaceutical company Moderna is jointly working on making a COVID-19 and flu booster shot, which could be available in some countries as soon as 2023.
Corona, which is wreaking havoc all over the world, has been intimidating as Omicron since once. However, the vaccination campaign has done a great job of keeping people safe. In this episode, American pharmaceutical company Moderna is trying to achieve another success. Yes, the pharmaceutical company is jointly working on making a covid-19 and flu booster shot, which may be available in some countries as soon as 2023.
The risk of covid-19 infection is not over yet and getting a vaccine to avoid falling ill or going to the hospital can be a good and important decision. It is important to understand that, in difficult times of pandemic, corona and influenza can harm your child's weak body. That is why it becomes very important to give injections to children during epidemics.
The combined vaccine for covid and flu
Given this information, the company's CEO Stefan Bansel said that this vaccine will be available for some countries by next year. Speaking at a virtual event on the Davos Agenda organized by the World Economic Forum this week, the CEO explained that the company has jointly agreed to provide an annual booster shot to avoid the problem of seeking in-place approvals, according to a CNN report. the target has been set.
Actually, people need to take flu shots to avoid flu in winters, but after the arrival of this vaccine, you will have to take only one shot, which will give protection against covid as well as the flu.
Data will be available by March
Meanwhile, The company will have data available on its Omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine in March.
Steps will be taken soon
In this discussion, there will be a clinical trial of the shot in the coming weeks and will get its data by March, which will be received within the time frame, as expected. We need to be able to get data to share with companies to take the next step forward.
There has always been a great partnership between public health experts, companies, and vaccine producers to figure out what is the best route.
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