Kathmandu: Government of India resumes COVID-19 vaccine export to neighboring countries including Nepal.
The Ministry of External Affairs said the government has today announced that the supplies has been resumed initially to the neighbourhood.
The Coronavirus vaccines have been dispatched to Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Asian country Iran.
India, the world’s largest producer of vaccines, suspended exports of COVID-19 vaccines in April citing the scarcity of vaccines in domestic market due to sudden surge in Covid19 patients.
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