People across the globe get vaccinated for Covid-19 infection and in India vaccination for Covid-19 has gained momentum now with lots of people getting vaccinated for Coronavirus infection.
England based FoxPio has come out with a nasal spray for Covid-19 instead of vaccination is known. It is now mentioned that this company is trying to launch the spray in India. The nasal spray developed by this company has been 63percent effective against Coronavirus infection. Truth is that FoxBio has shown keen interest to launch this nasal spray in India for the huge population.
To get the necessary permission, FoxBio would be applying to the Drug Control Authority of India. It was mentioned by a senior official belonging to FoxBio that efforts are being made to make this nasal spray available in India at an affordable cost. It is worthy to note that this nasal spray was tested on 648 health workers at high risk and it was found to be 63% effective in preventing the Coronavirus infection.
It is learnt that this nasal spray could be injected by the persons themselves into both their nostrils easily. This nasal spray would be effective and it would give protection for 6 to 8 hours. According to Dr. Rakesh Uppal, consultant cardiac surgeon in England, it was clear that vaccination was very important against Coronavirus infection but it was not100% effective. Vaccinated persons could still get the Covid infection in them.
It must be noted that the nasal spray named Foxwell from FoxPio has been designed to provide additional protection with vaccination and self defence equipment