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1 lakh inoculated so far in 18-44 age groups: Rajesh Tope

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1 lakh inoculated so far in 18-44 age groups: Rajesh Tope

1 lakh inoculated so far in 18-44 age groups: Rajesh Tope

Speaking on COVID-19 situation in Maharashtra, State Health Minister Rajesh Tope on May 04 said, "Few centres were closed yesterday due to doses' shortage.

Got 9 lakh vials today, to last for 2-3 days.

1 lakh inoculated so far in 18-44 age groups.

Order placed for 18.5 lakh vaccines (Covishield and Covaxin).


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