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Kovid vaccine: World Health Organization (WHO) announces modern vaccination of 7.5 million Kovid vaccines in India

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has proposed to provide 7.5 million modern vaccines to India under the Kovacs project. Poonam Kshetrapal Singh, regional director of the World Health Organization’s Southeast Asia, told ANI that the vaccine was given. However, due to the complications of obtaining clearance from India, it is not yet clear when the vaccine will arrive in India.

The Indian government has not yet decided whether to grant Mordana clearance. Policy Commission official VK Pal said the Center was discussing various issues with Modena and Pfizer in connection with the distribution of Kovid tickers. He said he has ties to two organizations. Speaking. We are looking for solutions to our problems.

Two U.S. vaccine manufacturers are seeking special benefits to avoid disputes over the side effects of vaccines. The government is lazy in that. All eyes are on the conditions under which this complication will be resolved in the coming days.

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