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Harsh Vardhan lashes out at Maharashtra govt for saying vaccine supplies running low

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Union health minister Harsh Vardhan hit out at state governments seeking widening of the Covid-19 vaccine net amid a surge in infections. He accused governments of states like Maharashtra and Delhi of playing politics, instead of administering vaccines comprehensively among people currently eligible....

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