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CoWIN reconfigured: Covishield second dose appointment after 84 days, existing booking to remain valid

DNA Sunday, 16 May 2021
CoWIN digital portal has been reconfigured to reflect changes in dose interval of Covishield vaccine to 12-16 weeks, said the Health Ministry.
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