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Kerala govt urges Centre to release more Covid-19 vaccine doses

IndiaTimes Sunday, 21 February 2021 ()
The Kerala government has asked the Centre to release more doses of Covid-19 vaccine to the state and sought permission for health workers, who missed the opportunity, to register again to receive the shot.
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