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Covaxin may get WHO approval by month-end: NITI Aayog Member Dr VK Paul

DNA Wednesday, 15 September 2021
India's indigenously-developed Covid vaccine Covaxin may soon receive Emergency Use Listing by the World Health Organisation, eventually enabling its recipients to travel abroad without mandatory quarantine, NITI Aayog's Member, Health, VK Paul said on Wednesday.
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