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Govt vaccine: Pakistan waiting for a single view of India

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oi-Anbarasan Gnanamani

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Published: Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 14:18 [IST]

Dhaka: Pakistan is in serious talks to buy Govt vaccines made in India.

Of the Govt-19 vaccine manufactured in India, 20 lakh doses are planned to be sent to Bangladesh.

Meanwhile, another neighbor, Pakistan, is exploring the possibility of buying vaccines from India, The Indian Express reported.

  Oxford product

Oxford product

Bangladesh has confirmed that 20 lakh doses of the Oxford-Astrogeneca vaccine, made in India, will be flown to Dhaka tomorrow (Jan. 20) with special facilities.

  By special flight

By special flight

The vaccines will be handed over to the Government of Bangladesh by the Indian High Commission in Dhaka. With more than 5 lakh people infected with the corona virus in Bangladesh, about 7,900 people have died so far.

  Consultation in Islamabad

Consultation in Islamabad

Islamabad is being consulted on whether vaccines can be obtained through Covax, set up by the Global Coalition for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), CEPI and the World Health Organization.

  Tension environment

Tension environment

Kovacs has promised to provide free vaccines to 20 percent of the population in about 190 countries, including Pakistan. Pakistan expects to be able to procure drugs from Kovacs after the start of the second quarter of 2021.

  Will India give

Will India give

But for the rest of the population, Pakistan is dependent on the Oxford-Astrogeneca vaccine and Bharat Biotech-ICMR’s Kovacin. Meanwhile, vaccines manufactured by India can be purchased by Pakistan through third parties, but the cost will increase.

  Conflict between the two countries

Conflict between the two countries

It is noteworthy that in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack, tensions between India and Pakistan have affected bilateral trade between the two countries, but the provision of “life-saving drugs” has been exempted from these restrictions.

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