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‘Adverse event’ won’t affect vaccine rollout plan: Government

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 1 December 2020
ICMR director general Dr Balram Bhargava said adverse events occur with drugs, vaccines or any other health interventions. It is the role of the regulator after collating all the data to ascertain or refute whether there is a causal link between the event and the intervention., he said.
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