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Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan will visit the new OPD Wing of AIIMS Delhi today to join the AIIMS Doctors and potential vaccine beneficiaries to participate in and witness the launch of COVID-19 vaccination by Prime Minister at 10.30 am.
Visuals from Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna
Bihar: Preparations are underway for the #COVID19 vaccination drive at Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences,… https://t.co/CBOzlhX2eP
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Preparations underway at JLN Medical College, Raipur ahead of the launch of COVID-19 vaccination drive today
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A civil dispensary in Panchkula geared up for COVID-19 vaccination drive to begin today
Haryana: A civil dispensary in Panchkula gears up for #COVID19 vaccination drive to begin tomorrow. https://t.co/PrmzdzzELa
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State govt officials inspect SSKM Hospital in Kolkata for preparation of COVID vaccination drive
West Bengal: State govt officials inspect SSKM hospital in Kolkata for preparation of COVID vaccination drive "It… https://t.co/FybBc0Y9ud
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Nobel Hospital in Pune prepared for nationwide COVID-19 vaccination drive launching today
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Medical experts back both Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech’s vaccines in India
- A group of medical professionals has endorsed the vaccines made by Serum Institute of India (AstraZeneca/Oxford) and Bharat Biotech in an attempt to address hesitancy among healthcare workers to get vaccinated.
- The endorsement letter from 49 medical experts, led by AIIMS’ former director TD Dogra, comes after reports emerged that some healthcare workers are hesitant to take the vaccine jab of Bharat Biotech because it has not completed phase 3 trial.
Mahindra Group registers interest to seek COVID-19 vaccines for employees
The farm equipment-to-aerospace conglomerate said it would take the responsibility for the inoculation of its employees rather than have the government subsidise them.