WHAT IS THE RIGHT TIME FOR BOOSTER DOSE OF COVID VACCINE?
The Daily Guardian|January 25, 2022
Opening the third or booster dose for the healthcare and frontline workers as well as senior citizens with comorbidities will help the country protect its high-risk population, given the rising concerns of a third wave due to a variant of concern, Omicron.
DR ALEXANDER THOMAS

India has achieved the landmark of administering over 140 crores COVID-19 vaccination to its population, which has been globally acclaimed as a phenomenal achievement. India's vaccination programme had started on 16 January 2021, and all vulnerable groups of the population received both doses in the first half of 2021. As a result of this, a significant majority of the population have developed antibodies, combined with those who have recovered from naturally acquired infection.

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