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AstraZeneca vaccine's chief investigator backs India's 12-16 week Covishield dose gap

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Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan tweeted Wednesday that The decision to increase the gap between two doses of the Covishield vaccine was transparent and based on scientific data. He wrote, 'The decision to increase the gap between administering two doses of Covishield has been taken in a...

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