No need for Covid booster doses in India at this stage, say experts

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Immunologist Satyajit Rath said that less than 15 per cent of Indian adults have been vaccinated with two doses, and this clearly means that all Indians “who are more vulnerable to infection” have not yet necessarily gotten two doses. “I therefore think that it is ethically premature to begin planning a third dose to a...

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