Sputnik-v Vaccination will soon be available in Udaipur, alongside COVISHIELD and COVAXIN. Private hospitals demanded 2000 doses of the Sputnik vaccine. The Medical Department has already contacted the government with regards to this. Currently, private hospitals charge an amount for vaccinations, whereas government hospitals are providing it for free.
The following are the costs of vaccinations at private hospitals:
RCHO, Udaipur, Dr Ashok Aditya, in his communique to media said that the health department has approached the central government for Sputnik vaccines as per demand from the private hospitals. He added that the efforts to procude Sputnik are also on at the government level.
About sputnik-v vaccine
Sputnik V, which is world’s first registered vaccine against Covid-19, received emergency use authorisation (EUA) in India in April. The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) said on Thursday, Sputnik V, the Russian-made vaccine against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), will soon offer a booster shot or second dose to other vaccine manufacturers. The booster dose has been modified to function against the Delta Covid-19 variant, which was initially discovered in India. The Delta variant, also known as the B1.617.2 strain, is considered to be behind India's disastrous second Covid-19 wave, which peaked in April-May. The Delta variant has been designated as the fourth variant of concern by the World Health Organization (WHO) (VoC).