India says it has millions of COVID-19 vaccines in hand, denies shortage

India says it has millions of COVID-19 vaccines in hand, denies shortage

India says it has millions of COVID-19 vaccines in hand, denies shortage Photo

Indias health minister said on Thursday the country had more than 43 million COVID-19 vaccine doses in stock or in the pipeline, after many states complained of having to close inoculation centres due to a lack of supplies.

"Let’s put an end to fear mongering now!" Harsh Vardhan said on Twitter. "Where does question of shortages arise? Were continuously monitoring & enhancing supply."

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