Six out of 101 volunteers have failed the coronavirus covisilt vaccine clinical trial at KEM Hospital in Mumbai. Volunteers are beginning to fear that this test may not have any side effects. Therefore, 6 volunteers have refused to take the second dose. KEM Hospital has now sought the help of BMC regarding the clinical trial of Covisilt vaccine. KEM Hospital wants BMC to explain to all volunteers not to scare them in any way. Testing for this vaccine will not cause any side effects.
Meanwhile, the 58-year-old Dr. affiliated with the AYUSH Doctors Association. Akhtar Sheikh says it is not advisable to be vaccinated until the vaccine is completely successful. Volunteers should avoid vaccine testing. He said it was true that the volunteers should be vaccinated first because they risked their lives to save their lives. But there is no hurry.
Dr. Sheikh said, “Health workers are also human beings. They want to save people. What will they do if they get sick or have side effects? How to play with someone’s life until 100% guaranteed? What will happen if the face is paralyzed? .
These voices are becoming louder in the city of Mumbai. Along with the social media campaign, panel discussions were also held in which students, lawyers and activists appealed not to be vaccinated as part of the campaign.
“We think it will do a lot of damage,” said Jagrit India activist Feroz Mithiborwala. Test results so far have not confirmed the vaccine. People are more afraid of vaccines than corona. I want to tell people, don’t judge yourself under pressure. Don’t get vaccinated until you’re completely satisfied, I won’t. ”
Mumbai resident Krishna Shah says, “The news that has come out during the clinical trials of the covid vaccine around the world is disturbing. The news is being screened. I don’t think it’s right. I don’t feel the need to take this vaccine. My immune system is good and it will help me, I can’t take any risks. ”
At the same time, the Association of Medical Consultants, Mumbai, with 11,000 medical consultants, is appealing to the public to have confidence in the vaccine context. The president of the association, Dr. Says Deepak Baid, “I can feel a cough in my nose and mouth. Even if I get vaccinated, it can be spread by someone who has the vaccine, so it is important to get as many people as possible. Taking anything will not cure everything. “It’s scary. I’ll be saved, but I can feel it for others. The more people take, the lower the risk of the epidemic spreading. Lately, he’s been on this foundation. I think the vaccine is safe. I’ll do it.”