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India Begins Exporting Commercial Coronavirus Vaccines

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Summary:

India’s foreign secretary has said the Indian government has cleared commercial exports of coronavirus vaccines, with the first shipments to be shipped to Morocco Brazil on Friday. [NEW DELHI]

Overview:

On Friday The first consignments will be shipped to Morocco and Brazil. Vaccines developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca are manufactured at the Serum Institute of India

The injections developed by the drug manufacturer AstraZeneca and the UK-based University of Oxford are being produced at the Serum Institute of India, the world’s largest manufacturer of vaccines, has received an order.

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The Baharat government stopped exporting until it launched its own vaccination program last weekend, and earlier this week sent free goods to neighboring countries including Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Nepal.

In response to Reuters, Foreign Minister Harsh Vardhan said that the commercial supply of vaccines will begin on Friday in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise that India’s production capacity will be used by all humankind to fight the pandemic.

Brazil, the world’s second-largest COVID-19 death toll after the United States, is calling on India to get the AstraZeneca vaccine. We have agreed to inoculate 2 million doses of serum and are ready to fly last week to pick them up.

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