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Nearly 2 lakh receive COVID-19 vaccine shots, adverse events reported from Delhi and Rajasthan

Zee News Sunday, 17 January 2021
India on Saturday successfully conducted the first day of the first phase of nationwide COVID-19 vaccine drive, toutued as the world’s largest vaccination drive so far. 
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Union Health Ministry informed that a total of 3,81,305 beneficiaries have so far been vaccinated for Covid-19 and 580 adverse events following immunisation were reported in the country till 5 PM on January 18. Addressing a press briefing, Manohar Agnani, Additional Secretary in the ministry of...

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