NEW DELHI (INDIA) – On Wednesday India started exporting coronavirus vaccines. The first set was shipped to neighbouring Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, informed foreign ministry said.
“First consignment takes off for Bhutan!” Anurag Srivastava, spokesman for the Ministry of External Affairs, said on Twitter. “India begins supply of Covid vaccines to its neighbouring and key partner countries.”
Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and the Seychelles are also expected to get the shots from the world’s biggest vaccine making country.