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Clinical trials of Covid vaccine set to start at Bhubaneswar from Wednesday: Official

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Human clinical trials of the country's indigenously developed Covid-19 vaccine is set to begin this week at a Bhubaneswar-based institute -- one of the 12 centres selected by the ICMR for conducting phase one and two of the process, a senior official said.
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