India's COVID-19 vaccination drive to begin on Jan. 16

2021-01-13 00:05:36 GMT2021-01-13 08:05:36(Beijing Time) Xinhua English

Bangalore Airport workers transfer carton boxes containing vials of Covishield vaccine developed by the Serum Institute of India in Bangalore, India, Jan. 12, 2021. India's federal government said that the COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in the country on Jan. 16. (Str/Xinhua)

Policemen guard the entrance of the Karnataka Health Department cold storage facility as a truck carrying vials of Covishield vaccine developed by the Serum Institute of India arrives in Bangalore, India, Jan. 12, 2021. India's federal government said that the COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in the country on Jan. 16. (Str/Xinhua)

Workers transfer carton boxes containing vials of Covishield vaccine developed by the Serum Institute of India upon their arrival at the Karnataka Health Department cold storage facility in Bangalore, India, Jan. 12, 2021. India's federal government said that the COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in the country on Jan. 16. (Str/Xinhua)

Bangalore Airport workers transfer carton boxes containing vials of Covishield vaccine developed by the Serum Institute of India in Bangalore, India, Jan. 12, 2021. India's federal government said that the COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in the country on Jan. 16. (Str/Xinhua)

Workers transfer carton boxes containing vials of Covishield vaccine developed by the Serum Institute of India upon their arrival at the Karnataka Health Department cold storage facility in Bangalore, India, Jan. 12, 2021. India's federal government said that the COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in the country on Jan. 16. (Str/Xinhua)

Health workers carry a box containing COVID-19 vaccine from a refrigerated vehicle to a cold storage in Hyderabad, capital of India's southern state of Telengana, Jan. 12, 2021. India's federal government said that the COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in the country on Jan. 16. The roll-out of COVID-19 vaccine will provide priority to the healthcare workers and the frontline workers who are estimated to be around 30 million. (Photo by Partha Sarkar/Xinhua)

Health workers carry a box containing COVID-19 vaccine from a refrigerated vehicle to a cold storage in Hyderabad, capital of India's southern state of Telengana, Jan. 12, 2021. India's federal government said that the COVID-19 vaccination drive will begin in the country on Jan. 16. The roll-out of COVID-19 vaccine will provide priority to the healthcare workers and the frontline workers who are estimated to be around 30 million. (Photo by Partha Sarkar/Xinhua)

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