Coronavirus: How does an Indian company vaccinate the world?

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Poonawala was moderated by the CEO of the India Serum Institute
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Poonawala was moderated by the CEO of the India Serum Institute

As the world’s vaccine giants race to vaccinate humanity, one of the Indian pharmaceutical companies has topped the scene.

The Serum Institute of India (SII) is not a household name, but it is the largest vaccine maker in the world, producing 1.5 billion doses every year from its huge plant in Pune in western India.

He currently manufactures Covid-19 vaccines, under license by pharmaceutical companies such as AstraZeneca.

“We took a huge calculated risk,” Adar Poonawala, CEO of the India Serum Institute company, told the BBC, by betting on several vaccines in 2020 before the regulators approved them.





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