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WATCH: Russia Approves First Covid19 Vaccine | AirCanada To ReOpen India Route | Cases Rise in BC #covid19

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 11 Aug, 2020
  • WATCH:  Russia Approves First Covid19 Vaccine | AirCanada To ReOpen India Route | Cases Rise in BC #covid19

Russia approves the world's first COVID-19 vaccine, Putin claims tested on own daughter, but scientific community is skeptical.

Air Travel finally happening with Air Canada kicking off flights this month between Canada and India.

A spike in COVID-19 cases for BC has Province's Top Doctor and Health Minister concerned.

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