Saturday, February 20, 2021

Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6

Thailand vaccine research center (credit to CNA)

We knew four countries only are success to develop Covid 19 vaccines so far, and their products are available in the market:

- UK with AstraZenica vaccine

- USA with Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna vaccines

- Russian with Sputnik V vaccine

- China with Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines


Now, Thailand, a developing country from South East Asia region has developed own Covid 19 vaccine.

Vaccine called as “ChulaCov19” initiated by scientists from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

They use mRNA technology, the same technique used by American vaccines, Biontech-Pfizer and Moderna.

Thailand researchers inoculated the vaccine to mice and monkeys, the results are fruiting. Two injections of vaccine are able to halt clinical symptoms of virus.

What next steps?


Frozen tree’s branches, just illustration

Chulalongkorn University will start the human clinical trials as soon as possible, but no later than April 2021.

Two doses of vaccine will be injected within periods of 3 weeks apart. Two phases of human clinical trials are:

- 75 volunteers at the first phase

- 300 to 600 volunteers at the second phase.


Then, the results will be reviewed by relevant authorities to decide for further steps.

If everything goes well, Thailand will produce 5 million doses of homegrown vaccine at the end of this year, and 20 million doses per year afterward.

Thailand will accomplish three goals:

- self dependent on vaccine supply

- saving import cost of foreign vaccines

- ready to fight future pandemic, include new variants of Covid 19 virus.


Hope, other countries follow Thailand steps to develop their own vaccines to fight Covid 19 pandemic. 

30 comments:

  1. ...the entire world needs all the good news possible.

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  2. The more vaccines the better! It's funny that the Russian one is named Sputnik. Also, what beautiful ice-covered branches!

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  3. GOOD! The more choices, the better for the world.

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    1. Hope so....

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      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
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      Thailand vaccine research center (credit to CNA)

      We knew four countries only are success to develop Covid 19 vaccines so far, and their products are available in the market:
      - UK with AstraZenica vaccine
      - USA with Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna vaccines
      - Russian with Sputnik V vaccine
      - China with Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines

      Now, Thailand, a developing country from South East Asia region has developed own Covid 19 vaccine.

      Vaccine called as “ChulaCov19” initiated by scientists from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

      They use mRNA technology, the same technique used by American vaccines, Biontech-Pfizer and Moderna.

      Thailand researchers inoculated the vaccine to mice and monkeys, the results are fruiting. Two injections of vaccine are able to halt clinical symptoms of virus.

      What next steps?

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  4. Good to know! I am glad they are able to accomplish their goals.

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    1. yes, indeed


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      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
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      Frozen tree’s branches, just illustration

      Chulalongkorn University will start the human clinical trials as soon as possible, but no later than April 2021.

      Two doses of vaccine will be injected within periods of 3 weeks apart. Two phases of human clinical trials are:
      - 75 volunteers at the first phase
      - 300 to 600 volunteers at the second phase.

      Then, the results will be reviewed by relevant authorities to decide for further steps.

      If everything goes well, Thailand will produce 5 million doses of homegrown vaccine at the end of this year, and 20 million doses per year afterward.

      Thailand will accomplish three goals:
      - self dependent on vaccine supply
      - saving import cost of foreign vaccines
      - ready to fight future pandemic, include new variants of Covid 19 virus.

      Hope, other countries follow Thailand steps to develop their own vaccines to fight Covid 19 pandemic.

      Delete
  6. Very interesting informations. Have a nice day

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    1. Yes, Indeed....


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      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
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      Thailand vaccine research center (credit to CNA)

      We knew four countries only are success to develop Covid 19 vaccines so far, and their products are available in the market:
      - UK with AstraZenica vaccine
      - USA with Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna vaccines
      - Russian with Sputnik V vaccine
      - China with Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines

      Now, Thailand, a developing country from South East Asia region has developed own Covid 19 vaccine.

      Vaccine called as “ChulaCov19” initiated by scientists from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

      They use mRNA technology, the same technique used by American vaccines, Biontech-Pfizer and Moderna.

      Thailand researchers inoculated the vaccine to mice and monkeys, the results are fruiting. Two injections of vaccine are able to halt clinical symptoms of virus.

      What next steps?

      Delete
  7. interesting post and informations

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  8. Tanza, Promising news! The more effective vaccines there are, the better off the whole world will be... Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Yes, indeed....this pandemic must gone soon


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      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
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      Frozen tree’s branches, just illustration

      Chulalongkorn University will start the human clinical trials as soon as possible, but no later than April 2021.

      Two doses of vaccine will be injected within periods of 3 weeks apart. Two phases of human clinical trials are:
      - 75 volunteers at the first phase
      - 300 to 600 volunteers at the second phase.

      Then, the results will be reviewed by relevant authorities to decide for further steps.

      If everything goes well, Thailand will produce 5 million doses of homegrown vaccine at the end of this year, and 20 million doses per year afterward.

      Thailand will accomplish three goals:
      - self dependent on vaccine supply
      - saving import cost of foreign vaccines
      - ready to fight future pandemic, include new variants of Covid 19 virus.

      Hope, other countries follow Thailand steps to develop their own vaccines to fight Covid 19 pandemic.

      Delete
  9. That's good news to know, thanks for sharing.

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  10. Kabar yang bagus.
    Semoga efektif dan menginspirasi negara lainnya.

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  11. The more vaccines available the better !!

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  12. Ottima notizia davvero, speriamo di uscirne presto da questa pandemia!

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    1. Thanks-
      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
      -
      Thailand vaccine research center (credit to CNA)

      We knew four countries only are success to develop Covid 19 vaccines so far, and their products are available in the market:
      - UK with AstraZenica vaccine
      - USA with Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna vaccines
      - Russian with Sputnik V vaccine
      - China with Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines

      Now, Thailand, a developing country from South East Asia region has developed own Covid 19 vaccine.

      Vaccine called as “ChulaCov19” initiated by scientists from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

      They use mRNA technology, the same technique used by American vaccines, Biontech-Pfizer and Moderna.

      Thailand researchers inoculated the vaccine to mice and monkeys, the results are fruiting. Two injections of vaccine are able to halt clinical symptoms of virus.

      What next steps?

      Delete
  13. Questa รจ una buona notizia,speriamo che i virus siano sconfitti!

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  14. India has produced its own vaccine namely Covaxin by pharma company Bharat Biotech, a 24-year-old vaccine maker, which has a portfolio of 16 vaccines and exports to 123 countries.

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  15. Various countries have made great progress with vaccines. ๐ŸŽ
    It's marvellous.

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    1. hope, everybody could get vaccine soon


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      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
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      Frozen tree’s branches, just illustration

      Chulalongkorn University will start the human clinical trials as soon as possible, but no later than April 2021.

      Two doses of vaccine will be injected within periods of 3 weeks apart. Two phases of human clinical trials are:
      - 75 volunteers at the first phase
      - 300 to 600 volunteers at the second phase.

      Then, the results will be reviewed by relevant authorities to decide for further steps.

      If everything goes well, Thailand will produce 5 million doses of homegrown vaccine at the end of this year, and 20 million doses per year afterward.

      Thailand will accomplish three goals:
      - self dependent on vaccine supply
      - saving import cost of foreign vaccines
      - ready to fight future pandemic, include new variants of Covid 19 virus.

      Hope, other countries follow Thailand steps to develop their own vaccines to fight Covid 19 pandemic.

      Delete
  16. The more vaccines available, the more I believe we need to get rid of this nasty virus.
    Here in the Netherlands, the vaccination is finally starting to accelerate, although it is not our turn yet.
    Be careful and stay healthy.

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  17. Hope it helps your people. Here in my country the Russian one is the most popular one although we're the only country which actually has all of them so we can pick and choose. While I'd never take Pfizer's vaccine, I'd take Sputnik if I really had to take any vaccine.

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    1. Good luck with your vaccine


      Thanks-
      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
      -
      Thailand vaccine research center (credit to CNA)

      We knew four countries only are success to develop Covid 19 vaccines so far, and their products are available in the market:
      - UK with AstraZenica vaccine
      - USA with Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna vaccines
      - Russian with Sputnik V vaccine
      - China with Sinovac and Sinopharm vaccines

      Now, Thailand, a developing country from South East Asia region has developed own Covid 19 vaccine.

      Vaccine called as “ChulaCov19” initiated by scientists from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

      They use mRNA technology, the same technique used by American vaccines, Biontech-Pfizer and Moderna.

      Thailand researchers inoculated the vaccine to mice and monkeys, the results are fruiting. Two injections of vaccine are able to halt clinical symptoms of virus.

      What next steps?

      Delete
  18. This is wonderful to hear. Canada is still in the development process. The short-term effects of Moderna-type vaccines seem sound. However, it will be good to know what information we learn ten years down the road.

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  19. good info

    Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6

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    1. Thanks-
      Thailand has Developed Own Vaccine - Science and Technology 6
      -
      Frozen tree’s branches, just illustration

      Chulalongkorn University will start the human clinical trials as soon as possible, but no later than April 2021.

      Two doses of vaccine will be injected within periods of 3 weeks apart. Two phases of human clinical trials are:
      - 75 volunteers at the first phase
      - 300 to 600 volunteers at the second phase.

      Then, the results will be reviewed by relevant authorities to decide for further steps.

      If everything goes well, Thailand will produce 5 million doses of homegrown vaccine at the end of this year, and 20 million doses per year afterward.

      Thailand will accomplish three goals:
      - self dependent on vaccine supply
      - saving import cost of foreign vaccines
      - ready to fight future pandemic, include new variants of Covid 19 virus.

      Hope, other countries follow Thailand steps to develop their own vaccines to fight Covid 19 pandemic.

      Delete

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