Myanmar receives first batch of Covid-19 vaccines from India


YANGON, Jan 24 (Reuters): Myanmar has received 1.5 million doses of a Covid-19 vaccine supplied by India to inoculate 750,000 people, the first vaccine batch delivered to the South-east Asian country as it fights one of the worst Covid-19 outbreaks in the region.

India is donating millions of doses of vaccines to a string of countries in Asia, drawing praise from neighbours and pushing back against China's dominating presence in the region.

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