India Aiming For The Sky With Its Vaccination Target, Says SBI Research
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India Aiming For The Sky With Its Vaccination Target, Says SBI Research


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SBI Research Report

When compared to top 20 countries with maximum number of confirmed cases and with median age between 20-35 years, India fares significantly better in terms of fatality rate, recovery rate, deaths per million, tests per million.

In particular, only one country, Nepal has higher recovery rate than India. In case of fatality rate, only four countries Turkey, Nepal, Jordan and Israel have better performance compared to India.

Meanwhile, a new strain has already reached a couple of countries.

Though the countries have started vaccination programme, only a small percentage of population have been given the first dose of vaccine so far and by the time they receive the second dose they might spread the infection to many people.

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