Pfizer has withdrawn an application for emergency-use authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine after India asked for a small, local trial on the vaccine’s safety. Indian health officials say they generally ask for these trials to determine if a vaccine is safe and if it generates an immune response in its own citizens, whose genetic makeup can be different from people in Western nations. Two other vaccines – from AstraZeneca and Bharat Biotech – have been approved. Pfizer claims that its application was supported by data from a global study that showed an overall efficacy rate of 95% with no vaccine-related, serious safety concerns – but they were not willing to allow a new trial to prove it. -GEG
Pfizer Inc has withdrawn an application for emergency-use authorisation of its COVID-19 vaccine in India that it has developed with Germany’s BioNTech, the company told the Reuters news agency on Friday.
The United States company, which was the first drugmaker to apply for emergency use authorisation of its COVID-19 vaccine in India, had a meeting with the country’s drugs regulator on Wednesday and the decision was made after that, the company said.
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