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Swine flu vaccine to be manufactured three companies

The Centre has granted licence to three pharmaceutical companies to manufacture swine flu vaccine.


New Delhi, July 24 : The Centre has granted licence to three pharmaceutical companies to manufacture swine flu vaccine.

According to sources, these companies will contact the World Health Organisation for acquiring seeds.

A committee has been constituted to keep watch on the process of aquiring the seeds and manufacturing of vaccine. It will be headed by Director General of the Indian Council of Medical Reseasch, Dr. V M Katoch.

Meanwhile, twenty-nine new cases have been reported from different parts of the country.

ANI

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