India will also participate in WHO’s ‘Common Trial’ to find a cure for Corona: ICMR
- India will help WHO find a cure for Corona
- India will also participate in WHO’s Solidarity Trial
- India had earlier refused to join the trial
- WHO initiative to treat corona and develop medicine
corona virus infection potential treatment developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) by sharing test ‘(from different countries Solidarity for trial) India will also participate. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) said on Friday that WHO has taken a ‘Solidarity Trial’ initiative globally to treat corona virus infection and develop medicine.
In this, patients being treated for corona infection will be tested in different countries, India will also participate in this process. It is noteworthy that the number of patients of Koreana in India has increased to 2547, while it has also killed 62 people in the country so far. The testing process in India will be carried out under the supervision of ICMR’s National AIDS Research Institute based scientist Dr. Sheela Godbole.
Earlier, senior scientist of ICMR Raman R. Gangakhedkar had said that India had refused to participate in the trial some time ago due to the very small number of corona patients in the country. Let me tell you that the ICMR is working with the Department of Biotechnology, Department of Science and Technology and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research to develop Corona vaccines and its test kits.