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Covid vaccine: Rs 150 cap may not apply to off-site camps by private hospitals

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 9 June 2021 ()
Even as many private hospitals have raised concerns that the service charge for vaccination capped at Rs 150 may not be adequate for them to organise sessions outside of hospital, the ceiling may not apply to off-site camps, a government official said.
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A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi capped the service charge of vaccines administered by private hospitals at Rs 150, the Centre on Tuesday fixed the maximum price for Covid vaccines to be given by private players. Under the new circular, the price of Covishield has been fixed at Rs 780,...

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