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India to resume vaccine exports in October

India will resume exports and donations of Covid vaccines from October after a long hiatus due to a devastating surge in domestic infections in April

Serum Institute is manufacturing the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in India

Legal wrangles hold up US vaccine donations to India

Two months after India dropped local-trial rules for Covid-19 vaccines approved by developed countries, not a single dose has arrived as New Delhi dithers over legal protection sought by companies ...

Healthcare worker Jankhana Prajapati gives a dose of the domestically manufactured COVISHIELD vaccine to villager Amiyaben Dabhi during a door-to-door vaccination drive in Banaskantha district in the western state of Gujarat, India 23 July 2021.

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Vaccine management and priorities must be ensured

After procurement, the next question that immediately arises is vaccine management

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Serum Institute to start Sputnik V production in Sep

As part of the technical transfer process, SII has already received cell and vector samples from the Gamaleya Center, which developed the Sputnik V jab

Serum Institute to start Sputnik V production in Sep

Covid vaccine reach widens

The government is going to reduce the age limit for vaccination to 35 years

Covid vaccine reach widens

Access to Covid-19 vaccine and Bangladesh

Bangladesh has so far inoculated less than 3 percent of the country's 163 million people after starting a nationwide vaccination drive on 7 February this year, administering Covishield, the ...

Access to Covid-19 vaccine and Bangladesh

First Covid-19 case could have emerged in China in October 2019: Study

The virus that causes Covid-19 could have started spreading in China as early as October 2019, two months before the first case was identified in the central city of Wuhan, a new study showed

Security personnel keep watch outside the Wuhan Institute of Virology during the visit by the World Health Organization (WHO) team tasked with investigating the origins of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), in Wuhan, Hubei province, China on 3 February 2021.

Indian vaccines preferred, buying Chinese for immediate need: Health ministry official

India has gifted Bangladesh three million SII manufactured vaccines free and supplied another seven million on payment before facing the massive Covid surge at home

Vials of AstraZeneca vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are pictured in Huelva, Spain on 24 March 2021

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Bangladesh now seeks vaccines from the UK

Bangladesh has sought the Covid-19 vaccines from the UK after a crisis of vaccines appears in the country. Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen told the UK’s ITV during an interview

Bangladesh now seeks vaccines from the UK

Parliamentary committee suggests steps to sue India's Serum Institute

The parliamentary standing committee on the foreign ministry has made a suggestion to assess if a case can be filed against Serum Institute of India for failing to supply the Covid vaccine on ...

Parliamentary committee suggests steps to sue India's Serum Institute
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