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New song to highlight India’s 100-crore jabs landmark

IndiaTimes Saturday, 16 October 2021
n the run-up to its efforts to reach the milestone of administering 100 crore Covid vaccine doses and to counter hestiancy, the central government on Saturday launched an audio-visual song produced and sung by renowned singer Kailash Kher. The song emphasises how vaccination has saved the country and its people from Covid-19 and that it’s the only way to defeat the virus.
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