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Covid-19: Vaccine numbers cross 44 crore after July slump

IndiaTimes Monday, 26 July 2021
India on Monday completed the administration of more than 44 crore doses of anti-Covid vaccines, as the number of shots delivered during the last week improved after a slump earlier in July.
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