India launches first indigenous vaccine for Japanese encephalitis
Govt introduces indigenously developed Jenvac vaccine, which will reduce India’s dependence on imports from China to immunize nearly 4 mn children
New Delhi: The health ministry on Friday introduced Jenvac, the country’s first indigenously developed vaccine for Japanese encephalitis, that will potentially reduce India’s dependence on imports from China to immunize nearly 4 million children annually.
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