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COVID-19: 1,710 doses of Covishield and Covaxin stolen from Jind civil hospital

DNA Thursday, 22 April 2021
A total of 1,270 doses of Covishield and 440 of Covaxin were stolen from the hospital, SHO of Civil Lines police station Rajender Singh said.
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At the time when COVID cases are surging with a rapid speed, thief in Haryana's Jind showed humanity. The thief has stolen bags but returned it when he came to know that the stolen bag contains COVID vaccines. Narrating the incident, Jiytender Khatkar, DSP said, "At 12:30 pm, an unidentified man came to a tea stall and gave a bag to an old man. 1,710 stolen doses of COVID vaccines were recovered from the bag. The probe is underway. No arrest has been made yet".

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