COVID19 AND ITS VACCINES

Authors

  • Bala sekharan chandra Departmen of life science, Lalaji omega international school
  • Shreya A Department of Life Sciences, Lalaji Memorial Omega International School, Chennai, Tamilnadu – 600128, India
  • Albert Gnana Prasad M Department of Life Sciences, Lalaji Memorial Omega International School, Chennai, Tamilnadu – 600128, India

Keywords:

Covid19, Coronavirus, Remedesivir, Vaccines

Abstract

After the outbreak of covid19 (SARS-CoV-2) which comes under the group of coronaviruses, the whole world has been shut down, lockdown being imposed in several countries, death rates rising, people suffering lack of hospitals with treatment related to covid, lack of medicine like remedisivir, etc., lack of beds in the hospitals and what more. The first case of covid19 was observed in Wuhan city of central China at the end of December 2019.  Every person on this earth has been impacted one way or the other due to this pandemic. Wearing masks and carrying hand sanitizers has become a regular custom these days. Initially, it was very difficult for the people to cope up with the new normal but after understanding the importance of the rules and the severity of covid19 people started getting used to the new normal. The world is working together to combat this pandemic and now with high difficulties, various pharmaceutical companies have come up with vaccines against covid19. The availability of vaccines varies from one country to country. Thus, now it is the responsibility of the people to get vaccinated they break the chain of spread and get back our normal lives. This article reviews the coronavirus in general and talks about the impact of livelihood in this pandemic and a few of the vaccines available in the market which has been authorized and approved for the people to get vaccinated.

Author Biography

Albert Gnana Prasad M, Department of Life Sciences, Lalaji Memorial Omega International School, Chennai, Tamilnadu – 600128, India

Head, Department of Life Sciences, Lalaji Memorial Omega International School.

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Published

2021-12-31

How to Cite

chandra, B. sekharan, A, S., & M, A. G. P. (2021). COVID19 AND ITS VACCINES. Caribbean Journal of Sciences and Technology (CJST), 9(1), 35–40. Retrieved from https://caribjscitech.com/index.php/cjst/article/view/204

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