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Bharat Biotech commences dispatch of Covaxin, ships to 11 cities

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 13 January 2021 ()
Vaccine maker Bharat Biotech commenced dispatches of indigenous Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin on Wednesday morning with the first lot of the vaccine doses being flown out of Hyderabad by national carrier Air India.
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