The covid-19 outbreak has impacted a lot of people in India. Right from the individual families to the vast economy of the country, coronavirus has impacted the people and the economy. Amid the search for the right vaccination, the Government of India came up with a project to facilitate the discovery of the needed vaccination. The mission was named Mission Covid Suraksha. The mission was to extend help to the Covid-19 vaccine development. Mission Covid Suraksha assisted from the research and development and licensing to the marketing of the six potential candidates for Covid-19 vaccines. Like the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, the Mission Covid Suraksha is an initiative to ensure enough vaccine supplies in the country.
Overview of Mission COVID Suraksha
|Name||Mission COVID Suraksha|
|Launched under||Department of Biotechnology (DBT)|
|Launched by||Government of India|
|Sector||Central sector scheme|
|Objective||to enable the development of indigenous, affordable and accessible vaccines for the country|
|Implemented by||Mission Implementation Unit at the Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC)|
|Aim||To protect citizens from Corona Virus|
Objective and Benefits of Mission COVID Suraksha
•Funding the candidate vaccines with their testing, manufacturing, licensing, and distribution in the market.
•Establishing clinical trial sites, strengthening the existing laboratories, and assisting with the internal and external quality management system.
•Supporting the development of common harmonized protocols, training, data management systems, and regulatory submissions.