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Moderna offers to sell booster shots from January; indemnity-waiver talks on

IndiaTimes Thursday, 10 June 2021 ()
US vaccine maker Moderna has offered to sell booster doses of its Covid vaccine to India, from January 2022 even as the government continues to hold negotiations with Moderna and J&J on the indemnity waiver.
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