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64 foreign envoys leave for Hyderabad to visit biotech companies developing Covid-19 vaccine

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 9 December 2020
64 foreign envoys, who are scheduled to visit leading biotech companies - Bharat Biotech and Biological E - which are developing vaccines against the novel coronavirus, have left for Hyderabad. Sources said that this is the first such visit and it will be followed by visits to facilities in other cities.
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Over 60 heads of foreign missions arrived in Hyderabad today to visit 2 biotech companies involved in the production of a Covid vaccine in India. India wants to develop partnerships for the manufacture and delivery of vaccines being developed by Bharat Biotech and Biological E based in...

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