India set to approve all vaccines green-lit by WHO and others

India is taking the step to curb the increasing coronavirus cases

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Kathmandu, April 13. India is about to approve all vaccines declared fit for use by the World Health Organization (WHO) and regulators in countries such as United States, Europe, Britain or Japan.

The Indian Health Ministry has said that the step is taken to tackle the current crisis of coronavirus. India is hit by the second wave of the virus where a crippling surge of infections is seen.

Experts say, the only way out of the crisis is to vaccinate more people.

The Health Ministry also said on Tuesday that the Russian Sputnik V vaccine had been green-lit for emergency use.

India had earlier approved the AstraZeneca vaccine for emergency use. AstraZeneca also has sent a legal notice for delay in deliveries of vaccine to the Serum Institute of India.

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