UP: Antibody not formed after getting Kovishield vaccine, lawyer reached court against seven including Adar Poonawalla

UP News: Rajdhani resident lawyer Pratap Chandra had administered the first dose of Kovishield vaccine on April 8 at Govind Hospital. While the second dose was to be administered on May 28, Pratap Chandra says that his health started deteriorating after taking the vaccine.

Lucknow. A lawyer sued seven people, including Serum Institute CEO Adar Poonawala, for not producing antibodies even after getting the Anti-Corona Vaccine Covisheild Vaccine in Uttar Pradesh’s capital Lucknow. Applied in court to register. On this application, the court, while summoning the report from the concerned police station, has fixed July 2 as the date of hearing.

Actually, capital resident lawyer Pratap Chandra had administered the first dose of Kovishield vaccine on April 8 at Govind Hospital. The second dose was to be administered on May 28, but Pratap Chandra says that his health started deteriorating after taking the vaccine. After this, on May 25, when he got an antibody test done, it was found that antibodies were not made. And then the platelets were also halved. After this, Pratap Chandra filed an application in the court to file a case against Adar Poonawalla, CEO of Serum Institute, a Kovishield vaccine manufacturer.

He was also made the opposition party
Apart from Pratap Chandra Adar Poonawalla, six others have also been made parties in the application. These include Central Drugs Standard Control, Director General of ICMR, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Director of National Health Mission Uttar Pradesh, Director of Govind Hospital and Research Center Lucknow. Now in this case, the court has fixed July 2 for the next hearing, seeking a report from the police station concerned.

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