Kids' Vaccine ZyCoV-D To Be Given To Pvt Hospitals Too
The Times of India Delhi|October 11, 2021
25L Doses To Be Set Aside For Pvt Sector Initially: NTAGI Chief
Umesh Isalkar

Pune: ZyCoV-D, the first vaccine to be approved for use in children in the age group of 1217 in India, will also be made available to private sector hospitals across the country. The Centre’s supply principle in the ratio of 75:25 for public and private vaccination will remain applicable for this vaccine as well. ZyCoV-D is going to be introduced in the country’s Covid vaccination programme by October 20.

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