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India’s key vaccine challenge is at home, not abroad

Thursday, November 25, 2021


Its vaccine production capacity has increased in the intervening period to the extent that it now has a surplus of doses, even allowing for supplies abroad. A key reason why so many doses are unused is that the domestic roll-out is stagnating.


  • India’s COVID-19 vaccine portfolio will diversify markedly.
  • Russian vaccines made in India will mainly be exported, due to low domestic demand.
  • Delhi may begin rolling out coronavirus booster vaccines for high-priority groups early next year.
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