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India has given out 223,727,632 vaccines to nearly 175 million individuals as of Thursday night. The Union health ministry data says 45.6 million people have been fully vaccinated (have got both doses) as of June 3, while another 132 million have only got one dose.
By Thursday, June 3, India has supplied over 223 million doses of coronavirus vaccination. In a 1,500 crore agreement with Biological-E based in Hyderabad, the nation has also reserved 300 million doses of a vaccine that is still in development. Clinical trials for the company's vaccine candidate are currently in Phase III.
Since the start of Phase-lll of the vaccination programme, 24 lakh people in the 18-45 age range have got their first dose, and 85 thousand have gotten their second dose throughout 36 states/UTs. The first dose was given to about 1 million individuals aged 18 to 45 in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka and West Bengal.
Source Hindustan times
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