The Indian Ministry of Health announced today that it intends to resume the export of Corona vaccines next month, after a halt during the period when the country witnessed a huge surge in infections since last April.
And the Associated Press quoted the ministry as saying that the surplus vaccines will be used "to fulfill its commitment to the world in the collective war against the Corona virus."
India began exporting vaccines last January, before stopping when a large wave of infections swept through it, and this halt caused a reduction in vaccine supplies to many developing countries that no longer had sufficient stocks.
India had donated about 66 million doses of anti-Corona vaccines to about 100 countries before stopping the export.
According to the latest data of the Indian Ministry of Health issued today, the total number of injuries in the country reached 33 million and 478,419 cases, while the total deaths amounted to 445,133 cases.