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One million Covid vaccine doses administered in India in just 6 days: Health ministry

IndiaTimes Sunday, 24 January 2021
As on January 24, till 8 am, nearly 16 lakh (15,82,201) beneficiaries have received Covid-19 vaccination.In a span of 24 hours, close to 2 lakh (1,91,609) people were vaccinated across 3,512 sessions. A total of 27,920 sessions have been conducted so far, the ministry said.
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