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'Not short of COVID vaccines': Karnataka Health Minister

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'Not short of COVID vaccines': Karnataka Health Minister

'Not short of COVID vaccines': Karnataka Health Minister

While several states of India are claiming of running out of COVID-19 vaccine doses despite Centre's claim of "no scarcity anywhere", Karnataka Health Minister K Sudhakar said the state has enough doses of vaccines.

"We are not at all short of vaccines.

I've been reiterating everyday that we're receiving vaccines almost twice a week.

Even now we have a stock of almost 25-30 lakh doses.

Centre has assured me that in a couple of days they'll send another 25 lakh doses," said K Sudhakar.


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