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India expands vaccine kitty: Moderna gets regulatory nod; Pfizer approval likely soon

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 29 June 2021
India on Tuesday cleared the decks for the import of Moderna's Covid vaccine, adding another option to its list of anti-Covid shots. Moderna's vaccine, developed in the United States, will be the fourth Covid-19 jab to be available in India after Covishield, Covaxin and Sputnik.
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Today, Mumbai-based pharmaceutical company Cipla got a nod from the Drug Controller General of India to import Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine for emergency use as per the provisions of the New Drugs and Clinical Trial Rules. #Cipla #Moderna #CovidVaccines

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