On August 16, Indian Prime Minister modi said in a speech on August 15 that “the whole country of India is waiting for its own made vaccine to come out. Three candidate vaccines are now in different stages of testing. Once these vaccines are approved, India will start mass production. “. < p > < p > at the annual celebration held in red fort in the 17th century, modi regarded health and economic self-reliance as a key priority of the government, as the outbreak of the new crown had been effectively controlled. < / P > < p > “not one, not two, but three new coronavirus vaccines that are in different stages of trial in India,” modi stressed, noting that India’s vaccine production infrastructure is in place. In the past, vaccines produced in India accounted for 60% of the global market share, according to the head of India’s Medical Research Council. The novel coronavirus pneumonia vaccine is being developed in various countries around the world. In view of this, India’s vaccine research and development must race against the clock, in line with the requirements of science, quality and ethics, and strive to accelerate the research and development of local vaccines.