Covid-19: Govt aims to encourage demand-supply dynamic to allow wider vaccination
An urgent meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday morning considered a set of options proposed by the government's expert group on vaccinations that was a sharp departure from the Covid vaccine strategy in place since vaccinations began on January 16.
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