22 Countries Have Approached For COVID-19 Vaccines: Union Health Minister

New Delhi: India has received requests from 22 countries for COVID-19 vaccines and 15 of them have already been given, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Friday.

“We have received requests for vaccine supply from 22 nations so far. Out of these, supply has already been made to 15 nations as grant assistance as well as contract doses. As of February 2, a total of 56 lakh doses has been given as grant assistance and 105 lakh as contracts doses,” the Minister said during question-hour session in Parliament.

Currently, two vaccines, Covishield and Covaxin have been approved for emergency use here.

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