“It is amazing to see how quickly and completely our society has embraced the idea of vaccine.
We have been living in a world of fear for a long time now and it is now time for us to be able to live in a place where we can do so with confidence.
I am now in the process of writing a book about the science behind this, and I am really grateful to the community for the outpouring of support, especially the students, parents and doctors who have taken the initiative to create the vaccine for their children.
I feel it is a testament to the progress that we have made in the last five years that we can have such a robust response to a vaccine and yet it remains a very challenging journey.”
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It was launched in July 2018 and has been widely used in India.
The vaccine has been shown to be safe and effective in trials, with more than 200 people reporting significant and clinically significant improvements, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
The vaccine also works in monkeys, where it has also been used to fight Ebola.
In a statement, WHO said the vaccine is now being tested in humans and will be launched in the coming weeks.
“It is important to note that the vaccine has not yet been fully tested in people, and the clinical trials conducted so far have not been designed to accurately assess the safety of this vaccine.
The next phase of testing is planned to be conducted in the next few months, after which we will assess the vaccine’s efficacy in humans,” the statement said.
The WHO said it is currently assessing the safety and efficacy of the vaccine and would be working closely with local partners to carry out further trials.
Read More:India’s first vaccine for Ebola was launched by the Indian government.
India has been battling an epidemic of the Ebola virus, which has claimed over 4,000 lives and sickened more than 13,000 since the beginning of September.
In a bid to tackle the disease, the government has launched a campaign called “Make a Vaccine”, which aims to raise awareness about the disease and its impact on the economy.
On Sunday, India’s chief medical officer, Dr Ajoy Kumar, visited the World Trade Centre in New York and announced that the country will deploy up to 3,000 health workers to combat the virus in the affected states.