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India-Myanmar agree to jointly produce, distribute and supply COVID-19 vaccine

DNA Saturday, 24 October 2020
After first round of discussion earlier this week, India and Myanmar have decided to come together to collaborate on development of COVID-19 vaccine. This step by India can be seen as a boost to India's Act East policy.
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