Comment: Covid kickstarts India's reforming economy

Mark Battersby
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India seems to have recovered quickly from Covid, and most citizens have been able to go back to their normal lives free from lockdown restrictions, says Jupiter's Avinash Vazirani. The country has reported just 12 deaths per 100,000 population, a much lower figure than, for example, the UK's 189 per 100,000. More than 30 million people in India have been vaccinated so far, with the government hoping to cover the most vulnerable 250 million by the end of July. India is especially well-placed for Covid vaccinations, as the country manufactures around 60% of the world's supply of vaccin...

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