As per the agreed terms finalised on Saturday, while ₹150, of ₹125 beneficiaries pay per shot in private hospitals, will go to the vaccine companies, hospitals will get ₹ 100 for every jab administered.
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Vintage Messi Helps Barcelona To Copa Del Rey Title
Lionel Messi scored twice, including a stunning solo goal, as Barcelona blew away Athletic Bilbao to win the Copa del Rey on Saturday, consigning their opponents to a second final defeat in two weeks.
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Night Curfew, Complete Sunday Lockdown In State
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The jab neither offers a blanket protection nor is 100% safe for all & people with reaction can be treated, says doctor
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