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A year into pandemic: From Delhi's first Covid case to 24x7 vaccination

The podcast tracks India's journey from Delhi's first Covid case, talks of the second wave, vaccine efficacy to 24x7 vaccination drive

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Coronavirus Vaccine | Coronavirus | Vaccination

Kanishka Gupta  |  New Delhi 

Almost a year into the pandemic and India has reported over 11 million Covid cases so far. However, with the roll-out of the second phase of the Covid drive for the general public, the pandemic could finally be coming to an end.

The podcast tracks India's journey from the first Covid case, talks of the second wave, vaccine efficacy to 24x7 drive, in an interesting and simplest way possible.

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First Published: Fri, March 05 2021. 13:24 IST
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