Corruption alleged as Indian vaccine shortage continues

The shortage of yellow fever vaccines in India has allegedly led to people paying to jump the queue. A clinic at Mumbai airport is among the few centers that still have the vaccine, but it can only administer 70 shots a day. Some people have allegedly paid to ensure they are among the 70. Doctors refute the allegation. Article

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