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Covid-19 vaccines are disease-modifying, reduce chances of severe infection, mortality: ICMR chief

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 13 April 2021
Covid-19 vaccines reduce the chances of developing severe infection and mortality, ICMR chief Balram Bhargava said on Tuesday.
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