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Police officers in Indian city of Kolkata begin to get vaccinated against COVID-19


Kolkata, Feb 10 (EFE/EPA).- Police officers from the Indian city of Kolkata were vaccinated against COVID-19 Wednesday as part of the vaccination drive that is being carried out in the country to prevent the spread of the virus.India has so far recorded over 10.8 million cases and 155,280 deaths from the novel coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic. (Camera: PIYAL ADHIKARY).SHOT LIST: POLICE OFFICERS RECEIVE COVID-19 VACCINES IN KOLKATA, INDIA.

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