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WHO modifies Covid-19 vaccine recommendations amid rise in Covid cases in India | Oneindia News

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WHO modifies Covid-19 vaccine recommendations amid rise in Covid cases in India | Oneindia News

WHO modifies Covid-19 vaccine recommendations amid rise in Covid cases in India | Oneindia News

The World Health Organization revised its Covid-19 vaccine recommendations amid the new phase of the pandemic and the high population-level immunity due to infection and vaccination.

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