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Envoys of 80 countries to visit Covid-19 vaccine firms in Hyderabad on Dec 9

IndiaTimes Friday, 4 December 2020
Ambassadors and High Commissioners of around 80 countries will be landing in the city on December 9 to visit Bharat Biotech and BE limited which are working on the Covid-19 vaccine.
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