Chandigarh, June 6 (PTI) Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Sunday said that a Malta-based pharmaceutical company has offered to provide six crore doses of Sputnik-V vaccine to the Haryana government, a decision on which will be taken in the state cabinet meeting. . The company has quoted Rs 1,120 per dose. Vij told reporters in Ambala, “We are considering the offer and will place it before the state cabinet for a final decision.” The state has launched Kovid-19 vaccines on May 26 through Haryana Medical Services Corporation (HMSCL). A global tender has been issued for
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“We are considering the offer and will place it before the state cabinet for a final decision,” Vij told reporters in Ambala.
The state had floated a global tender for COVID-19 vaccines on May 26 through Haryana Medical Services Corporation (HMSCL). The government had said on Saturday that the last date for submission of tender had ended on June 4 and no pharmaceutical company had come forward for this.
However, Pharma Regulatory Services Limited, a Malta-headquartered company, has expressed its willingness to provide the vaccine, the statement said.
(News in Hindi from Navbharat Times , TIL Network)
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