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5.7 lakh get Covid shots in 2 days, states told to step up vaccination drive

IndiaTimes Saturday, 30 January 2021
India has significantly ramped up daily vaccinations against Covid-19 with over 5.7 lakh beneficiaries vaccinated successively on Thursday and Friday, while more than 10,000 sessions were conducted on both the days.
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Union Health Ministry Additional Secretary Manohar Agnani informed that 23,28,779 beneficiaries have been vaccinated for COVID-19 till January 27 across country. He further informed that so far 16 people have been admitted to the hospital. "23,28,779 beneficiaries have been vaccinated for COVID-19...

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