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Jab shortage forces health startups to defer plans to vaccinate India Inc

Enterprises like 1mg, PharmEasy and Practo had drawn up initiatives to inoculate over a million employees from some of the country's top companies

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Coronavirus Vaccine | Coronavirus

Samreen Ahmad  |  Bengaluru 



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Hyderabad-based healthcare start-up ekincare has partnered with 1mg to facilitate Covid-19 vaccination for the employees of corporates such as Oyo, Flipkart, Swiggy, BlackRock, Micron and KPMG

As the government’s vaccination drive falters for lack of vaccines, the efforts of healthcare start-ups such as 1mg, Practo and PharmEasy to vaccinate millions of corporate employees have also been delayed for the same reason.

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First Published: Mon, May 10 2021. 19:26 IST

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