Serum Institute of India CEO Adar Poonawalla alleges - 'I received threats'

Sunday, May 2, 2021

/ by mansuralisaha

The News Cover: now in an interview, to a UK newspaper Adar poonawalla, the head of "the world's largest vaccine manufacturer serum institute of India." has made some startling claims as the pandemic continues to take lives in India Adar poonawalla. who is currently in London confessed, that he has received threats from politicians and powerful men demanding quick delivery of covid-19 vaccines. 

being produced by, his phone he also hinted at starting a new vaccine production unit in the UK. as "the serum institute struggled to meet supply demand as cases continue to rise in India". now the serum CEO wrote on Twitter that he had an excellent meeting with all partners, and stakeholders, in the UK and their production is in full swing in Pune he also wrote that he was going to return to India in a few days. and review operations, the serum institute was also embroiled in a controversy recently. 
when it revealed new prices for its vaccines came under heavy criticism after it announced that, it will charge Indian states around five dollars, and private hospitals around eight dollars, when charging. the center only two after the backlash punawala announced that in a philanthropic gesture the sii has reduced the price for states to four dollars Sri is producing. 

the covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca, and oxford university. and has supplied 90 percent of the vaccine doses, that have been given to Indian nationals. so far in the last few weeks however the vaccines have been in short supply in the country, must stay swelling demand as India opened up its vaccination program to everyone above the age of 18.

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