Bill Gates: 3 of 6 vaccines in trials may work
Tuesday, 15 September 2020 ()
A vaccine for Covid-19 is expected early next year and of the six leading ones which are undergoing trials probably three of them will work, billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has said asserting that India has a huge role to play in scaling up manufacturing for these.
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