A vial of the Covishield vaccine, developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca and manufactured by Serum Institute of India, is seen in a cool box at a vaccine centre in Mumbai. The country will export millions of doses of the vaccine to its neighbours. Photo: Bloomberg A vial of the Covishield vaccine, developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca and manufactured by Serum Institute of India, is seen in a cool box at a vaccine centre in Mumbai. The country will export millions of doses of the vaccine to its neighbours. Photo: Bloomberg
A vial of the Covishield vaccine, developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca and manufactured by Serum Institute of India, is seen in a cool box at a vaccine centre in Mumbai. The country will export millions of doses of the vaccine to its neighbours. Photo: Bloomberg
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India starts exporting coronavirus vaccines, as its own inoculation drive fails to meet targets

  • Neighbours including Bhutan, the Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and the Seychelles will receive supplies of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine
  • Bharat Biotech warned some to avoid its shot, as officials appealed to frontline workers not to refuse vaccines amid safety concerns

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A vial of the Covishield vaccine, developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca and manufactured by Serum Institute of India, is seen in a cool box at a vaccine centre in Mumbai. The country will export millions of doses of the vaccine to its neighbours. Photo: Bloomberg A vial of the Covishield vaccine, developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca and manufactured by Serum Institute of India, is seen in a cool box at a vaccine centre in Mumbai. The country will export millions of doses of the vaccine to its neighbours. Photo: Bloomberg
A vial of the Covishield vaccine, developed by Oxford/AstraZeneca and manufactured by Serum Institute of India, is seen in a cool box at a vaccine centre in Mumbai. The country will export millions of doses of the vaccine to its neighbours. Photo: Bloomberg
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