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Covid-19: 40-50m shots stockpiled by SII, India to get most of it

IndiaTimes Monday, 28 December 2020
India will initially get most of the 40-50 million ‘Covishield’ vaccine shots stockpiled by the Serum Institute of India (SII), since exports would require the World Health Organisation’s pre-qualification, which is likely to take around a month after regulatory approval.
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