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Coronavirus: India will provide free vaccines in major policy shift; South Korea accelerates inoculation

India’s federal government will provide free coronavirus shots to any adult starting later this month and take back control of the country’s vaccination drive, marred by delays and shortages.The changes reverse a policy launched in April which tasked states and the private sector with vaccinating those between the ages of 18 and 44. The federal government will now procure 75 per cent of all vaccines directly from the manufacturers and provide them to the states for free, while the remaining 25…

Read the original article at South China Morning Post

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