The Pfizer Biontech vaccine has become the first Kovid vaccine to be fully approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) yesterday gave full approval to the Pfizer biotech Kovid vaccine.
Accordingly, it is reported that it is possible to give this vaccine to all persons above the age of 16 years.
In mid-December, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the Pfizer vaccine for emergency use in people over the age of 16 in the United States.
The age limit was later lowered to 12 years.
However, full approval has not yet been obtained for giving the vaccine to people between the ages of 12 and 15.
No cases of the virus have been identified locally in China, where the number of people infected with the Delta virus has risen sharply.
This is the first time since July that the number of infected people in China has dropped to zero.
Yesterday, 21 new infections were identified in the country, all of them from foreign countries.
The capital, Beijing, has also been reduced to a low-risk zone.
According to foreign reports, there are no Kovid high or medium risk zones in Beijing.
The report further states that China is likely to become the first country in the world to control the Delta variety.
Troops have been deployed to enforce strict travel restrictions imposed on Vietnam or the city of Chin Min.
The move to tighten travel restrictions on Ho Chi Minh City came as the outbreak was at its worst.
This is the first time the city has imposed the highest level of travel restrictions under which people will not be able to buy food or leave their homes.
The Army will also assist in the procurement of essential commodities for the people.
According to foreign media reports, soldiers are distributing food items to the residents of the town.
About half of the 358,000 cases reported in Vietnam come from the city of Chin Min.
Vietnam, which has been controlling the spread of the virus for the past year, has been experiencing a rapid spread of the virus since late April this year due to the invasive delta variety.
The number of global Kovid virus infections has now exceeded 2.232 million.
The number of deaths due to the epidemic worldwide is over 44.52 thousand.