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When will India finally have access to coronavirus vaccine?

India commands 40 per cent of global capacity for vaccines which is estimated at 5.7 billion doses

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Coronavirus Vaccine | Coronavirus | Serum Institute of India

Sohini Das  |  Mumbai 



Coronavirus, vaccine, covid, drugs, clinical trials

At least four candidates globally – Oxford- viral vector vaccine, Moderna's mRNA vaccine, Pfizer-BionTech's mRNA and Novavax's protein sub-unit – are expected to receive approvals by the end of 2020 or early 2021. So, India should finally get an approved Covid-19 vaccine by the first quarter of 2021, say analysts.

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First Published: Fri, August 28 2020. 14:22 IST

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