Share formula to scale up vaccine production: CM
The Morning Standard|May 12, 2021
Kejriwal says SII and Bharat Biotech together produce only 6-7 crore doses per month

SEEKING a national policy for countrywide inoculation, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday urged the Central government to acquire Covid vaccine formula from the two manufacturers and share with other companies to ramp up its production.

Referring to shortage of the vaccine, Kejriwal in a vitual meet said that the two companies together make only 6-7 crore vaccines per month hence it will take more than two years to vaccinating the entire population of the country.

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