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Serum Institute expects WHO emergency approval for AstraZeneca shot soon

IndiaTimes Thursday, 14 January 2021 ()
The Serum Institute of India expects WHO emergency-use authorization soon for the Oxford University/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, which it is producing for mid and low income countries, its chief executive said.
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News video: Nepal: People cheers after approval of Covishield vaccine manufactured in India

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After Nepal government approved emergency use of Covishield vaccine, people are hoping the pandemic will falter and human lives would be back on track. Nepal's Department of Drug Administration on Friday issued a release giving information on approving Covishield developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford...

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