No main side-effects: Lancet cites Covaxin’s Part-I knowledge

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, January 22

A top medical journal today published safety and immunogenicity results of Covaxin’s Phase-I trials with the Phase-III trials about to be concluded.

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The Lancet publication reports interim findings from the Phase-I clinical trial of India’s first indigenous Covid vaccine Covaxin. The results show it was well tolerated in all dose groups with no vaccine-related serious adverse events.

Cell-mediated responses were observed in the recipients. The most common adverse event was pain at the injection spot, followed by headache, fatigue and fever. The overall incidence of solicited local and systemic adverse events in this study was 14 to 21 per cent in all vaccine-treated groups, which is noticeably lower than the rates for some Sars-CoV-2 vaccine platform candidates and similar to the rates for some other inactivated Sars-CoV-2 vaccine candidates. One serious adverse event was found in an individual who received the 6 micro gram dose, but the same was not related to vaccination.

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