Know why Russia's COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik-5 once again gets involved in the controversies!
So does the side effects appear after taking the Sputnik-5 vaccine?
SEP 18 (WTN) - Coronavirus infection disease (COVID-19) originating from Wuhan city of China is one of the biggest challenges facing the whole world at this time. As far as the magnitude of the disease is concerned, for your information, let you know that till the time of writing this article, about 9,50,988 people have died in the whole world due to the Coronavirus infection epidemic.
Well, as far as the COVID-19 vaccine is concerned, no vaccine that has been able to complete all the three phases of the clinical trial has yet not been made. However, Russia has claimed that its scientists have made the COVID-19 vaccine, which is successful and safe. For your information, let you know that on 11 August, the Gamalaya Scientific Research Institute of Russia launched the COVID-19 vaccine named Sputnik-5. However, this vaccine has been in the controversy since its launch as the Phase III trial of this vaccine is not yet completed.
But, now Sputnik-5 vaccine of the COVID-19 manufactured in Russia is to be used in many other countries of the world, including India. But before that, the vaccine has once again come into controversy, and this vaccine has started to be questioned. In fact, the side effects of this vaccine are being seen in one of every seven volunteers who took this vaccine in Russia, and this side effect in volunteers itself has been reported by Russia's Health Minister Mikhail Murashko. According to Russia's Health Minister Murashko, about 14 percent of people taking COVID-19's Sputnik-5 vaccine have reported side effects.
According to Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko, one in seven people complains of side effects such as weakness and muscle pain after taking the Sputnik-5 vaccine of the COVID-19. However, according to Murashko, the case of such side effects was already known after taking the Sputnik-5 vaccine, and all of them were cured the very next day.
For your information, let you know that the preliminary results of the clinical trial of the Sputnik-5 vaccine were published on 4 September in 'The Lancet' Journal. According to the report published in the journal, 76 people were given this vaccine in two parts. Later, investigations found that the vaccine of COVID-19, Sputnik-5 is completely safe, and that the volunteers who took this vaccine had antibodies in the body for 21 days without any serious side effects of the vaccine.
However, the side effects of the Sputnik-5 vaccine were also reported in 'The Lancet' journal. According to the journal, 58 percent of the people with side effects of the vaccine had complained of pain at the injection site. At the same time, 50 percent people had to face high fever, 42 percent had a headache, 28 percent had a weakness, and 24 percent had a complaint of muscle pain.
However, scientists studying Sputnik-5 say that such side effects are seen useuly seen after taking any vaccine. Well, now, since the Sputnik-5 vaccine is going to be used in India as well, the Government of India should allow it to be used in India only after a thorough investigation about the side effects of this vaccine. However, before this vaccine is approved in India, clinical trials will be done on people in India as well. However, there is still a need to be careful.