The Indian company has been dogged by setbacks, from a ban on exports to a factory fire, that have hampered its ability to fill orders. Photo: Reuters The Indian company has been dogged by setbacks, from a ban on exports to a factory fire, that have hampered its ability to fill orders. Photo: Reuters
The Indian company has been dogged by setbacks, from a ban on exports to a factory fire, that have hampered its ability to fill orders. Photo: Reuters

India’s Serum Institute, the world’s biggest Covid-19 vaccine manufacturer, is at the centre of global shortage

  • The company has been unable to send any shots overseas since April, when the Indian government banned Covid-19 vaccine exports
  • Several nations, including Nepal, entered into direct contracts with Serum and are now racing to find new suppliers

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Indian company has been dogged by setbacks, from a ban on exports to a factory fire, that have hampered its ability to fill orders. Photo: Reuters The Indian company has been dogged by setbacks, from a ban on exports to a factory fire, that have hampered its ability to fill orders. Photo: Reuters
The Indian company has been dogged by setbacks, from a ban on exports to a factory fire, that have hampered its ability to fill orders. Photo: Reuters
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