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Govt approves Bharat Biotech's Ankleshwar plant for manufacturing Covaxin

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 10 August 2021
Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Tuesday said the government has approved Bharat Biotech’s vaccine manufacturing facility at Ankleshwar in Gujarat for manufacturing India’s first indigenously developed Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin.
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