Wednesday, January 26, 2022

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World’s biggest vaccine maker in India hopes to export shots by year-end

India had exported nearly 66.4 million doses as donations, under commercial arrangements or via Covax to more than 90 countries before exports were slowed more than a month ago.

CEO of world’s biggest vaccine manufacturer says threats made him flee India

The situation is now so bad that people have surrounded his company multiple times and called him a 'profiteer' of the Covid-19 vaccines.

India temporarily halts Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine exports

Infections are surging as a new 'double mutant' variant of the coronavirus has been detected from samples collected in India.

Rising violence mars start of Afghanistan’s Covid-19 vaccination drive

Taliban insurgents fighting the government have announced their backing for the vaccination campaign.

India’s Serum Institute asked to take back 1 million vaccine doses by South Africa

The vaccine appears to offer only limited protection against mild disease caused by the South African Covid-19 variant.

Fire kills 5 at world’s largest vaccine producer

Many low and middle-income countries are depending on the Serum Institute for production of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

India affirms it will begin exporting Covid-19 vaccines ‘within weeks’

India is the biggest vaccine maker and supplier in the world and concerns had been raised that the government would not permit Covid-19 vaccine exports until the nation had been inoculated.

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