The new Delhi: Cipla on Monday urged the government to make some concessions to bring one dose of the vaccine from Modena’s Kovid-19 to India as soon as possible, saying that it will give one billion dollars in advance to this company of America. In preparation.
Moderna-Cipla talks in the last round
Cipla has urged the government to provide protection to Moderna in the event of any loss, exemption from fixing the price limit, as well as concession in the condition of testing and basic customs duty in India. Cipla has said that his talks with Modarna regarding the Kovid-19 vaccine are nearing completion and they need the support and participation of the government to make this program a success.
Cipla asked for four exemptions from the government
The company has also appreciated the efforts being made by the government to increase the availability of vaccines in the country so that effective protection can be provided against the corona virus. A source associated with this entire incident said that Cipla has asked the government to confirm the consent on four points. The first point is there will be no restriction on the price. Security will be given in case of second loss. Vaccines will be exempted from testing in India and the fourth basic customs duty.
Ready to pay more than Rs 7250 crore in advance
Cipla has said that with the government agreeing on these points, it will enter into an agreement with Moderna to give an advance of one billion dollars (more than Rs 7,250 crore). After a recent high-level meeting, Cipla has made this request to the government on 29 May. In a recent high-level meeting there was a discussion on the release of one dose of Moderna vaccine in the country. For this, it was said that Moderna is in talks with Cipla and other Indian companies.