Sputnik V Vaccine Registration Bangladesh, efficacy rate and side effects

Sputnik V Vaccine Registration in Bangladesh, Side Effects, Efficacy Rate details available in this post. Soon Bangladesh could add another vaccine in their set vaccines. After Pfizer Bangladesh could have Sputnik V Vaccine for its citizens. The vaccine has been registered under the Emergency use authorization (EUA) and Bangladesh has become the 62nd country authorized to use Sputnik V. Russia’s Sputnik V Vaccine is all set to support Bangladesh’s fight against the second wave of Corona. There is also a issue of Bangladesh over the lack of a vaccine. At the same time, in the fight against Corona, more and more people can be overcome by the epidemic only by getting the vaccine. In such a situation, with other imported vaccines, now the Sputnik V vaccine can be expedited in Bangladesh.

Sputnik V Vaccine Registration

However, Russia has not yet manufactured such a large quantity of jabs for its population. Also, it is difficult to make as the two shots are made differently, raising doubts about its quick production.Cities will be selected considering the vaccine needs to be stored at a temperature of -18°C. Those hospitals will also be eligible where such a system is in place.The developers of Sputnik V claim that its effectiveness is 91.6 percent. At the same time, in other data also this vaccine has been kept in the category of high effectiveness against covid-19.

Russia manufactured the world’s first vaccine Sputnik V to neutralize Corona. A new version of this vaccine has now been brought to Sputnik Lite. According to the company, the success percentage of Sputnik Lite is around 80 percent. The company says that only a single shot of the vaccine is effective. Less than 23 million doses of Sputnik V have been administered to the Russian population. And as of second week of May, Russia had produced only 33 million doses of Sputnik V and exported less than 15 million. Each vaccine should be counted as two doses, according to the news tally.

Sputnik V Vaccine Registration Bangladesh, efficacy rate and side effects

Details on Sputnik V Covid Vaccine Registration

Name of the country to be vaccinatedBangladesh
Virus for which Sputnik V vaccine is developedcorona-virus  (SARS-CoV-2)
Vaccine NameSputnik V (adenovirus viral vector vaccine for COVID-19)
Sputnik V vaccine Developed byRussia’s Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology
Manufacturing countryRussia
Official URL to register for vaccinationwww.surokkha.gov.bd

Doses and Efficacy of Sputnik V

According to the trial data of Sputnik V published, the vaccine has minor side effects. This vaccine has a claimed efficacy of 91.6 percent and complete protection against severe infection of covid-19. Two doses of Sputnik V are administered via injection at a gap of 21 days and one dose is 0.5 ml.Sputnik V is not like other adenovirus vaccines. Its first and booster doses are made up of different vectors. It is easier to make the first dose than the second dose. The news agency Reuters quoted a Russian vaccine maker as saying that you actually have to make two different vaccines. To increase the production capacity, deals have been made with pharma companies of other countries and soon we could have it in Bangladesh too.

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How Sputnik V is different from other Vaccines

All the vaccines of corona virus are completely safe and effective so is Sputnik-V. It is also known as Gam-COVID-Vac and it is a combination of two different adenoviruses (AD26 and AD5) which is actually used to treat cold viruses.This vaccine, made for the treatment of SARS-Covid-2, strengthens the body’s immune system. Sputnik V has been found to be 91.6 percent effective in the clinical trial conducted in Russia.Talking about the side effects of Sputnik V, it varies from person to person.However, side effects like headache, dizziness and pain have been seen with its use. Viruses that cause colds have been used to develop it. This virus has been used as a carrier to introduce small portions of the corona virus into the body. And such changes have been made in it so that after going into the body, it cannot harm people.

Covid 19 Vaccine and Bangladesh

Every effort is being made to speed up the vaccination to deal with the corona epidemic in the country.However, the biggest problem in ramping up the vaccination is still coming with the lack of vaccine. Efforts are going on from the side of the government to deal with this. The government of Bangladesh is planning to approve more foreign vaccines so that all Bangladeshis can get the jabs on time. All the citizens will get 2 doses of this vaccine as both doses target the specific ‘spike’ of the corona virus. However, for this two different neutral viruses are used as vectors. The logic behind this is that the use of two different vectors will make the body’s immune system stronger than when the same vector enters the body twice.

Steps for Sputnik V Vaccine Registration in Bangladesh

  • Open www.surokkha.gov.bd on your device and complete the online registration for the corona-virus  (SARS-CoV-2) vaccine
  • Then verify your National Identity number and share your mobile number in the space provided.
  • Now you will get a text message on your mobile phone which will have the date of vaccination and the name of the vaccination center.
  • After receiving the text message, you should bring your vaccination card, national ID card and signed consent form to the vaccination center to receive the Corona virus vaccination on the specified date.
Registration LinkClick Here
Check Vaccine StatusClick Here
Official Websitehttps://surokkha.gov.bd/
NHSPC HomepageClick Here

FAQs About Sputnik V Vaccine Registration Online

Is Sputnik V Vaccine available in Bangladesh?

As per the news as of now Sputnik V vaccine is not available in Bangladesh

How many doses of Sputnik V Vaccine have to be injected in the body?

Unlike the other corona vaccines, Sputnik V uses two different versions of the vaccine for the first and second doses. By the way, the second dose is given after 21 days.

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