US may allow emergency use of corona vaccine after Russia and China

US may allow emergency use of corona vaccine after Russia and China

US may allow emergency use of corona vaccine after Russia and China

US may allow emergency use of corona vaccine after Russia and China. The head of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave this information. In an interview published in the Financial Times on Sunday, FDA Commissioner Stephen Han said it would be a good decision to allow emergency use of the corona vaccine if the risks outweigh the benefits.

US may allow emergency use of corona vaccine after Russia and China

The FDA chief’s statement comes at a time when a week earlier, President Donald Trump has criticized his modus operandi of approving pharmaceutical companies for the vaccine trial. Trump had alleged that the FDA was delaying approval to influence his election. Han dismissed the charge, saying such decisions not influenced by politics.

Trial on three vaccines in America

President Trump also says that the Corona virus vaccine will come to the US this year. Trial of three Corona vaccines is going on in the US. All are in their third and final stage trials. Trump said that the United States is already producing these vaccines so that their doses are readily available to the public. Trump had said in the past that we will crush this virus.

Emergency use has already been approved in China

China has already approved the emergency use of the Corona vaccine. The vaccine of Sinovac Biotech Ltd. approved in July. According to reports, this vaccine is being applied first to high-risk groups such as medical staff. Zheng Zhongwei, the vaccine head in China, had reported that some of those who vaccinated showed side effects but none had fever.