Clinical Trial for Covid19 | Delhi All India institute of medical science

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This comes after AIIMS’s Ethics Committee gave its nod for a human clinical trial of Covaxin on Saturday. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences [AIIMS] in Delhi will start enrolling healthy individuals from Monday for conducting the human clinical trial of Covaxin, the indigenously developed COVID 19-2020 vaccine candidate.

AIIMS Delhi is among the 23 institutes selected by the Indian Council for Medical Research [ICMR] for conducting phase I and II human trials of Covaxin. The vaccine would be tested on 775 volunteers during phase I and the maximum of 300 of them would be from AIIMS.

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We are launching the enrollment process from Monday. We are going to select healthy participants with no comorbidities and without a history of COVID 19-2020 Dr. Sanjay Rai, a professor at All India institute of medical science [AIIMS] Centre for Community Medicine, said, according to News Reports.

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The age group of the study population is 18 to 55 years. This would be a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial,” he said. He said that in the first and second phase All India institute of medical science [AIIMS] Delhi will choose only 370 participants out of 875 volunteers and the remaining will participate at other sites.


“We have already registered a few volunteers for the trial. From Monday onwards, our team will start their health screening before giving them vaccination,” he said. Covaxin, India’s first potential indigenous Covid-19 vaccine, has been jointly developed by the Indian Council of Medical Research [ICMR] and Bharat Biotech International Limited .

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Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech is among the seven Indian firms working on Covid-19 vaccines. It was the first to get the regulatory nod to begin phase 1 and phase 2 human trials to test the vaccine for efficacy and safety.

Bharat Biotech said in a statement on Friday that this is a randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial with 375 volunteers. Bharat Biotech has said that human trials of Covaxin started on June 17th.

“Eventually, we plan to enroll 3,195 for both phases I and II. The human clinical trials commenced at AIIMS, Patna,” the statement by express himself. Zydus Cadila has also got an approval from the Drugs Controller General of India [DCGI] Cov-D, its indigenously developed vaccine candidates against causes COVID 19-20.

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