India to roll out DNA-based COVID shots for teens in October
120m adolescents await first-of-their-kind needle-free vaccine doses
NEW DELHI -- India next month is expected to begin inoculating 12- to 18-year-olds with a domestically developed COVID-19 vaccine that is also the world's first DNA-based anti-coronavirus jab.
The vaccine has received approval for emergency use among this age group and older people.
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