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Title: The fear of testing and COVID vaccinations in Indian villages
Authors: Mahaseth, Harsh
Choudhary, Mansi
Keywords: COVID
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2021
Publisher: Kathmandu Tribune
Citation: Mahaseth, H. and Choudhary, M. (June 30, 2021).The fear of testing and COVID vaccinations in Indian villages. Kathmandu Tribune.
Abstract: The pandemic has affected a huge population in India’s huge poverty-stricken rural hinterland, while the country’s recent viral outbreak eases in cities. Despite two-thirds of the cases reported in rural regions, only 15% of the persons in rural areas have got at least one vaccine dosage, compared to 30% in towns and cities.
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