- A report reveals the "potential key" to bring the "Covid-19" vaccine to the world!

A report reveals the "potential key" to bring the "Covid-19" vaccine to the world!

 Reports revealed that the owner of horse race in India is likely to be a major factor in making the "Covid-19" vaccine available to the world.

Adar Poonawala, CEO of the Serum Institute in India, the largest vaccine maker in the world, said his company could produce about 1.5 billion doses a year from almost any vaccine, according to a Bloomberg report .

"I have the vision," he told the news outlet, "I have the vision, and we put all the money, just to build," especially as his vaccine manufacturer expands, to help produce more than a billion doses of any effective candidate vaccine.

Bunawala is part of a family that has become the most successful racehorse breeder in the country. But his father, Cyrus Poonawala, began using horses to harvest snakebite and tetanus antivenom, which prevents tetanus in animals, Bloomberg reported.
By founding the Serum Institute, Cyrus began importing manufacturing equipment to produce vaccines, according to the report. Adar joined the business in 2001, and now the company sells vaccines to 140 countries.

The institute is one of several manufacturers, which the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, have used to make a "Covid-19" vaccine under development at the University of Oxford.

They also received $150 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the GAVI Vaccine Alliance, to manufacture 100 million doses of the "Covid-19" vaccine for India and other emerging economies.

Adar argued that given the size of the company, they should be part of the plan to manufacture on a global scale, for any of the more than 100 candidate vaccines in development.
Source: New York Post