Indian Govt. supplies COVID-19 vaccines to 70 nations

The government of India has supplied as many as 70 nations with over 58 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines so far, the Parliament was informed.

In a reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Ashwini Kumar Choubey said 583.85 lakh vaccine doses have been dispatched to foreign countries from India.

Bangladesh has emerged the biggest beneficiary, receiving 90 lakh doses from India.

Other recipients include India’s neighbors such as Afghanistan, Bhutan, Nepal, and Myanmar, North American nations such as Canada and Mexico, Gulf nations like Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, and the U.A.E., Caribbean islands such as St. Lucia and St. Vincent and Grenadines, European nations like the U.K. and Serbia, South American nations like Brazil and Suriname, African countries like Kenya, South Africa, Rwanda and many others.

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