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Now, Mumbai college complains of Covid-19 vaccination scamNow, Mumbai college complains of Covid-19 vaccination scam

According to the Aditya College, Borivali west, one Rajesh Pandey, who reportedly posed as an event company head and chief manager of sales for the reputed Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, had conducted the vaccination camp in the college on June 3.  [ read on.. ]

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