To overcome the Corona epidemic in the country, the focus is on the rapid production and vaccination of the Covid vaccine. At present, people in the country are being vaccinated with two vaccines against the coronavirus – Kovishield and Covachin. Several types of trials are still underway regarding the Corona vaccine. Work is underway at a rapid pace to develop the Corona vaccine in the form of a nasal, rather than an injection. In his address to the nation the day before, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also mentioned the nasal vaccine. Let’s find out what the nasal vaccine is and how it differs from the current vaccine.
In his address to the nation on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that several trials are underway on the Corona vaccine. Research is also being done on the nasal vaccine. As a result, the vaccine will be sprayed into the nose rather than given from the syringe. If the test is successful, the vaccination campaign will be accelerated.
How does the nasal vaccine work?
The nasal spray vaccine is given through the nose, not by injection. It builds immunity in the inner parts of the nose. It is also considered more effective because the root of most airborne diseases, including aura, is mainly the nose, and building immunity in its internal parts proves to be more effective in preventing such diseases.
Benefits of the nasal vaccine
out of injection
By building immunity in the inner parts of the nose, the risk of respiratory infection will decrease.
Health workers do not need training due to syringe disposal
It will be easier to vaccinate children
Due to ease of production, production and supply is made possible according to worldwide demand.