As the global quest continues for an effective panacea to forestall the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, GovTech pioneer Bhuvneshwar-based CSM Technologies has designed and developed “CoVaTrack”- first India focused Covid-19 vaccine and treatment tracker.
Under its Corporate Social Responsibility program, CSM has tried to bring some respite to today’s most concerning subject. The covid-19 vaccine is one of the most searched topics on the Internet as people are sifting through volumes of information to find out about the latest developments in this space. According to the company, CoVaTrack is a one-stop destination to get information about vaccine development. Pharma companies, researchers, and nations from across the world are working at a feverish pace to stop coronavirus in its track, which has caused enormous havoc and distress world over.
In the long-drawn process of vaccine development, CoVaTrack, according to CSM, will keep a close track of the vaccine development efforts through multiple stages of clinical trials before regulatory approval and commercial release to market. Phase wise clinical trials are used to gauge the efficacy, dosage, and side effects of either a vaccine that closely emulates the virus’s behavior to generate antibodies or an existing drug repurposed for treating coronavirus and similar other treatments. The tracker aims to provide every such information about the developers and researchers of ongoing trials that can encourage others in similar lines and the development authorities to partner, invest, and fast track such efforts.
The tracker aggregates publicly available information from global clinical trials registries and other credible sources. The visualizations in a mobile-first User Interface make the tracker interactive and user friendly. This tracker of vaccines and treatments also looks forward to providing insights into the area of researches and novel methodologies used or invented to further the process. It will inform about the promising efforts being made to find a lasting cure and instil hope and confidence in a safer tomorrow, it said.