Kovaxin’s Human Trial in AIIMS, 20% Unfit In AIIMS, 100 people are to be given cocaine.

They will be closely monitored for two weeks after being given the first shot. People between 18 and 55 years old have to be included in this trial.

Screening of 80 people, fit only 16 people
• Covaxin will be tested on 100 people in AIIMS

In Delhi AIIMS, about 20 percent of the people registering their names for the human trial of the corona vaccine

Human trials of the country’s first corona vaccine covaccine are going on in AIIMS in which people are being included.

Sources told ‘The Indian Express’ that two weeks after the names of people participating in the trial were registered, AIIMS screened around 80 volunteers. Of these, only 16 people were considered fit for trial. In AIIMS, 100 people are to be given cocaine. They will be closely monitored for two weeks after being given the first shot. People between 18 and 55 years old have to be included in this trial. There should be no heart, kidney, liver or lung disease in such people. There should also be no complaint of uncontrolled diabetes or hypertension. Before joining the test, volunteers are tested for liver, kidney, corona and rapid antibodies.

A senior doctor engaged in the trial said, “Rejection rate is very high because only those people who are healthy are to be taken in the trial

Antibodies have already been found in about 20 percent of volunteers. This means that they have been infected before. The liver or kidney function of the rest is not quite right. Antibody suggests that the person has been infected with the virus before and is cured. In such people it is very difficult to check the effect of the vaccine.

Let me tell you, AIIMS has received 3500 applications, in which people have expressed a desire to get themselves tested for cocaine. On the 24th of last month, a 30-year-old man was given the first dose of cocaine. He given 0.5 mL covaccine via injection. That person has spent a week of investigation and so far no problem has been revealed. It is to be closely monitored by next Friday then the next dose of vaccine will be given.

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