Amid Monkeypox Worry, What Adar Poonawalla Said On Making Vaccine

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  • Published On: July 26, 2022
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Amid worries over four monkeypox cases in India, vaccine-maker Adar Poonawalla said today that the Serum Institute of India is spending its own funds to import a few million doses of a Danish smallpox vaccine which can be used to treat cases if there is a larger breakout of the infection in India. The initial consignment of the small pox vaccine, manufactured by the Danish company Bavarian Nordic, could be here in a few months once a contract is signed.

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