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Why is India, the world’s No 1 vaccine maker, struggling to inoculate its own people against the coronavirus?

India, the world’s vaccine capital, produces some 60 per cent of the inoculations used around the globe – but right now, it is producing just over half of the Covid-19 vaccines it needs for domestic use every month.The South Asian nation needs around 120 million doses per month to maintain its targeted average vaccination rate of around 4 million a day, but it is making only 65 million doses every month. How did it end up with this massive shortfall? And why, after a good start, are…

Read the original article at South China Morning Post

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