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Covid vaccine update: India administers over 100 million precaution doses

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देश में लगी 10 करोड़ से अधिक प्रिकॉशन डोज।10 crore people now have an extra layer of safety. Under PM @NarendraModi Ji's leadership, 'COVID Vaccination #AmritMahotsav ' is going on in full swing to provide free Precaution Dose for all adults.

pic.twitter.com/8UVkuXic5T This comes after government started providing free precautionary for all adults in the age group of 18-75 years at government COVID vaccination centres as part of the Central government's 75-day booster drive.

However, on 26 July, as per the official data released had revealed that only 11% of the nearly 69 crore eligible beneficiaries has taken the precaution dose after the 75-day booster drive started.

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