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Covaxin shows 78% overall interim efficacy, 100% efficacy against severe Covid: Bharat Biotech & ICMR

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 21 April 2021 ()
Bharat Biotech's Covaxin vaccine has shown 78% interim efficacy against the coronavirus, as per the result from phase 3 trials. The vaccine has also demonstrated 100% efficacy against severe Covid-19.
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