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Covid vaccine wastage will negatively impact allocation of stocks from Centre’s kitty to states from May 1

IndiaTimes Thursday, 22 April 2021 ()
Wastage of anti-Covid shots will be a criteria negatively impacting allocation of stocks from the Centre’s kitty to states and UTs from May 1. The measure is intended to encourage better use of vaccinations as the demand will need to be more carefully managed once 50% of vaccine production in India becomes available for states and private hospitals from May 1.
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