More than 958.4 million people in India have been vaccinated against at least one dose of the corona virus, according to the Indian Ministry of Health.
According to the ministry’s latest balance, more than 958.4 million people have been vaccinated against the corona virus in a single dose, of whom 762.3 million have received a complete immunization schedule.
More than 17.9 million people have already received the booster dose.
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To date, India has licensed six SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus vaccines: three, locally developed (Corbevax, Covaxin and ZyCoV-D); Oxford-AstraZeneca, marketed in the country under the name Covishield; Russian Sputnik V and American pharmaceutical company Moderna.
India ranks second in the world in the number of Govt-19 victims.
Since March 2020, the epidemic has affected more than 42.7 million people, more than 41.4 million who have been cured and more than 509,000 who have died, according to data from its Ministry of Health.
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