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How India flipped its vaccine fortunes

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By Krishna N. Das NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Only months ago, India ran so short of COVID-19 vaccines that computer experts wrote software code to help people snag scarce immunisation slots and the then health minister had to constantly battle opposition criticism on social media. The minister later quit and in came a little-known but hands-on politician, Mansukh Mandaviya, who, according to a person close to him, communicates with vaccine producers on a near daily basis and tries to re…

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