Has India stopped exporting corona vaccine?

New Delhi: India has not stopped the export of coronavirus vaccine due to rising corona cases in the country, but now India can now export anti-corona vaccines to meet domestic requirements in a phased manner. Sources said on Thursday that the supply of vaccines to other countries may be delayed, as now exports will be taken keeping in mind the domestic requirement. 

Corona cases in India have increased rapidly during the second wave, which has raised the government's concern. Earlier news had claimed that the government will no longer export the corona vaccine to speed up vaccination in the country. Now the sources have made it clear that the government has not banned the export of the Corona vaccine. It is noteworthy that in the country on January 16, within five days of the start of vaccination, the export of vaccines started.

India is the leading vaccine importer under the covax initiative of the World Health Organization (WHO). Clarifying the government's decision not to focus on the domestic vaccination program and expanding vaccine exports, an official said on condition of anonymity that phased supplies will be made to other countries in the coming weeks and months. India has so far supplied 6.5 crore vaccines and is at the forefront in this matter. Sources also clarified that the government has not imposed any restriction on vaccine exports.

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