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Daily jabs continue to decline as private hospitals remain short of vaccines

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 4 May 2021 ()
On Tuesday, only 11.5 lakh doses of Covid vaccines were given till 8pm. This included 2.29 lakh beneficiaries in 18-44 years age group. Though most government sites are conducting vaccination, availability of vaccines is very limited. Of the total 55,739 vaccination sites on Tuesday, 53,721 were government facilities. Private sector operated only 2,018 sites.
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