/ Go to the photo bankAmpoule with vaccine Sputnik Light against COVID-19 - Sputnik International, 1920, 30.04.2022 / Go to the photo bankSubscribeUSIndiaGlobalMOSCOW (Sputnik) – The National Immunization Technical Advisory Group (NTAGI) in India has recommended that Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik Light be used as a booster dose after the administration of components of the Sputnik V vaccine, Indian news agency Asian News International (ANI) reported on Saturday, citing sources.”The NTAGI’s Standing Technical Subcommittee that held a meeting on Friday has recommended taking Sputnik light as a precaution dose, which has the same component of Sputnik V first dose,” the sources said, as quoted by the news agency.In February, Indian Drugs Controller General allowed health facilities to use the Sputnik Light single-component vaccine. In March, Hetero Biopharma became the first Indian pharmaceutical company that received permission to produce and sell the single-component Sputnik Light vaccine.A vial labelled Sputnik V coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine is seen in this illustration picture taken on 2 May 2021. - Sputnik International, 1920, 28.03.2022Sputnik V Vaccine Maintains 79% Efficacy in HIV Patients on Antiretroviral Therapy, Study ShowsThe Sputnik Light vaccine is the first component of Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine. Advantages of using Sputnik Light include a simple vaccination process, the opportunity to increase the effectiveness and duration of action of other vaccines.

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