India’s COVID-19 turnaround – from Delta epicentre to vaccinating 1 billion people | The World

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India has gone from one of the sharpest surges in coronavirus cases to vaccinating more than a billion people in just nine months.

Journalist Anubha Bronsle says while its significant progress, more needs to be done.

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