Sri Lanka receives 1 million doses of China’s Sinopharm vaccine

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Sri Lanka has received 1 million doses of China’s #Sinopharm vaccine, making it the largest consignment of vaccines received by the country. Authorities said the doses will mainly be used for second shots.

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