A little-known company called Covid-Free Vaccines has just released a tetanavirus vaccine for less than $5.00 and is being hailed as the world’s cheapest tetanus shot.
The $5 tetanus booster, called CovisVaccine-5, comes pre-loaded with a full range of tetanus vaccines for children, adults and the elderly.
It’s designed to be a one-stop shop for tetanus shots for people across the globe.
Dr. Jaspreet Singh of CovidFree Vaccine said they had been making vaccines for more than a decade and it was only recently that they found a business model that worked for their business.
“This is a company that’s very, very patient.
They have been making tetanus injections for over a decade.
They are very patient-centric.
And they have a very low turnover rate,” Dr Singh said.”
We have been working with them for a long time, and we’re very happy with how they have handled the tetanus crisis.
They’ve really been proactive in this regard, and they’ve made the decision to release the vaccine in a timely fashion.”
CovidFree’s tetanus product is designed to give a single dose of tetanaval (a type of tetavalent vaccine) in a single day, or for a single person.
“The tetanus toxoid in the vaccine has been formulated specifically for the purpose of protecting children from tetanus,” Dr. Singh said, adding that the tetanapatol vaccine was designed for adults and seniors.
“It’s safe, it’s effective, it has no side effects and it’s completely safe and completely effective for the entire population.”
Dr Singh said the vaccine was also free of any preservatives, including preservatives from any pharmaceutical.
“There is no preservative in this vaccine.
The vaccine is fully free of preservatives,” he said.
Dr Singh pointed out that the company had been doing a lot of research and development before releasing the vaccine.
“They had a lot more information than we had before.
And the only reason we got this vaccine is because they had a higher quality control, they had higher production capacity,” he explained.”
And it’s really great to see that this vaccine has made it to the market.”
Dr. Singh says the company is aiming for a delivery date of mid-2019.
“So this is a very exciting time.
We are seeing more and more people that need this vaccine and more and better quality control,” he concluded.
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