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ZyCov-D a welcome addition to India’s vaccine basket. Follow the science on mixing boosters now

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The rollout of ZyCov-D vaccine is a very welcome addition to India’s Covid vaccine basket. India has done brilliantly with its vaccine coverage but there is still much ground to cover, especially with third shots and considering variants like Omicron. India should also follow the science now on mixing boosters.

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