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    Covaxin a hard sell in two of India’s largest hospitals

    Resident doctors at AIIMS have said they are wary about taking Covaxin amid continuing doubts and anxiety over the efficacy of the indigenously developed Covid-19 vaccine

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    Vaccine hesitancy has hit two of India’s largest state-run hospitals — JJ Hospital in Mumbai and the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, where Covaxin is being administered.

    Mumbai | New Delhi: Vaccine hesitancy has hit two of India’s largest state-run hospitals — JJ Hospital in Mumbai and the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, where Covaxin is being administered. The authorities at these two premier healthcare centres are trying to convince their staff to take the Covaxin vaccine even as the health ministry and the Central government consider taking penal action against those who spread
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