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Oxford University's COVID-19 vaccine to become available to frontline workers in India by February 2021

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According to Adar Poonawalla, the CEO of Serum Institute of India, the world's largest vaccine maker, Oxford University's COVID-19 vaccine could become available by January-February 2021 to frontline workers in India and to the general public by March-April. Poonawalla also said that a dose of the vaccine would cost $5-6 (Rs 370-450) with a maximum retail price of $14 (Rs 1,000) for two doses.


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