230 kids aged 2-6 become youngest to get Covid jabs in Covovax trial
A group of 230 children aged two to six have become the youngest in the country to get a Covid vaccine after they were given at least one dose during trials of the Covovax jab, manufacturer Serum Institute of India confirmed on Tuesday. The second dose will be given 21 days from now and the trial — across 10 hospital sites in the country (including two in Pune) — will conclude by May end.
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