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Covid-19: Drop in average daily vaccinations even as cases surge

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 20 April 2021 ()
Average daily vaccinations against Covid-19 declined last week amid the steep surge in cases across the country. Daily doses administered during last week (April 12-18) averaged around 28 lakh doses, against 34.5 lakh a week ago.​
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