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Claims Stream In Under COVAX No-Fault Compensation Program

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The WHO indicates that several claim applications have been made under the COVAX no-fault lump-sum compensation program for COVID-19 vaccines. It remains to be seen how the scheme may apply to countries like India, which is also expected to take a call on indemnity to vaccine makers.

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