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Mega COVID vaccination drive to begin in India today

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Mega COVID vaccination drive to begin in India today

Mega COVID vaccination drive to begin in India today

The mega COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in India on January 16.

The preparations are underway at health centres across the country.

Hyderabad's Nampally area hospital is all decked up to begin the drive today.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the vaccination drive today via video-conferencing.


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