Zydus Cadila launches Corona medicine in India, know how much it will cost

Zydus Cadila launches Corona medicine in India, know how much it will cost

Corona virus has caused havoc all over the world. Corona vaccines and drugs are in operation worldwide. At the same time, the pharmaceutical company Zydus Cadila said on Thursday that it has introduced the drug Remedisvier, which is useful for the treatment of patients infected with the corona virus, in the Indian market under the brand name Remadec.

The company told the stock market that the 100 mg vial of Remdec is priced at Rs 2,800, which is the cheapest brand of Remediswear available in India. Zydus Cadila stated that this drug will be available throughout the country through its distribution network. This medicine will be found in government and private hospitals.

Managing Director of Cadila Healthcare, Dr. Sharvil Patel said that Remdac is the cheapest medicine, as we want this drug to reach as many patients as possible in the treatment of Covid-19.

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The active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) for this drug has been manufactured at the Gujarat position unit of the group. Zydus Cadila is also trying to make a vaccine of COVID-19 and the vaccine named Zykov-D is in the second phase of clinical trials.

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Let us tell you that the cases of corona virus infection in the country are continuing steadily. On Thursday, a new case of infected patients set a new record in one day. 66,999 new cases were reported on Wednesday.

This is the sixth day when more than 60,000 new cases have been reported. At the same time, the number of infected patients has reached 23 lakh 96 thousand. But the good thing is that the number of people recovering from the infection has reached close to 1.7 million and the investigation has increased.

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According to the data updated on Thursday morning, the death toll has risen to 47,033 with 942 deaths in the last 24 hours. Cases of infection have increased to 23,96,637 in the country, of which 6,53,622 people are undergoing treatment and 16,95,982 people have recovered from the disease after treatment.

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