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Second dose of Covid vaccine overdue for around 11 crore people, shows Govt data

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Around 11 crore people who have taken the first shot of Covid-19 vaccine have not got themselves jabbed with the second dose even after the expiry of the prescribed interval between two doses, according to government data.
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