Apollo Hospitals expects Covid vaccines in private market soon

India’s largest health care chain expects a private market for Covid-19 vaccines to open up across the country within weeks, a move that may boost current government efforts to inoculate 300 million people by August.

Apollo Hospitals Enterprises Ltd. is working with India’s government to provide vaccines for front line workers at 27 centers as part of the nationwide vaccination drive. The operator has trained 6,000 people and designated 3,500 sites for an expansion of the inoculation campaign, according to Managing Director Suneeta Reddy.

“Our expectation is maybe March,” she said in an interview Wednesday on Bloomberg Television. “We have the advantage of so much of the manufacturing happening in India, so…

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