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Third phase of COVID vaccination in Bihar begins on March 1 - know eligibility criteria and other details

DNA Saturday, 27 February 2021
A total of 3,99,831 health care workers were given the first dose and 79,212 were given the second dose under the first phase of vaccination drive.
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