The second phase of trials is underway to give the Novavax Kovid vaccine to children between the ages of 7 and 11.
This is with the approval of the Indian Drug Administration to the Serum, the manufacturer of the vaccine, to test the vaccine on children.
The Novavax vaccine serum is manufactured under the brand name Kovovax.
So far, the Indian health authorities have given urgent approval to give the Syd Cadilla DNA Kovid vaccine to everyone over the age of 12.
Rajesh Bhushan, the country’s health secretary, said the vaccine would be made available to the public soon.
Meanwhile, the Kovid rule in the state of West Bengal has been extended till October 30.
But state officials say the restrictions will be relaxed during the Durga Pooja.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization and the International Nursing Council say that only 15 out of 54 countries on the African continent have 10% of their population fully vaccinated.
The World Health Organization (WHO) aims to have 10 percent of the population vaccinated in each country by May.
Seychelles and Mauritius are the leading vaccinators in the region, accounting for more than 60% of all vaccinations.
48% of the Moroccan population is now fully vaccinated.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says health workers in the region are at risk in the current climate.
Nearly one-third of African health workers have not even received their first dose, the group said.