Coronavirus vaccine: India exports vaccines “within weeks” to countries waiting impatiently

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India has officially approved the emergency use of two coronavirus vaccines

India will start exporting home-made anti-coronavirus vaccines within two weeks of its launch, an Indian foreign ministry official told the BBC.

The official denied reports that India will ban the export of the vaccines it produces to meet domestic demand.

India produces about 60 percent of the vaccines globally, because it has huge factories for this purpose, and so many countries are waiting impatiently to start shipping doses.

The Asian country has officially approved the emergency use of the two vaccines, while it is preparing to start vaccination with vaccines this January.





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