Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Demand for Indian COVID-19 Vaccines

Posted On: 16 MAR 2021 1:25PM by PIB Delhi

Ministry of External Affairs has received several requests for the supply of Indian manufactured COVID-19 vaccines from various foreign countries.

In its Press Release of 19 January 2021, Ministry of External Affairs had stated that "Immunization programme is being implemented in India, as in other countries, in a phased manner to cover the healthcare providers, frontline workers and the most vulnerable. Keeping in view the domestic requirements of the phased rollout, India will continue to supply COVID-19 vaccines to partner countries over the coming weeks and months in a phased manner. It will be ensured that domestic manufacturers will have adequate stocks to meet domestic requirements while supplying abroad.”

 

    S.No

Country

Total Supplies so far (in Lakhs)

  1.  

Bangladesh

90

  1.  

Myanmar

37

  1.  

Nepal

23.48

  1.  

Bhutan

1.5

  1.  

Maldives

2.12

  1.  

Mauritius

2

  1.  

Seychelles

0.5

  1.  

Sri Lanka

12.64

  1.  

Bahrain

1

  1.  

Brazil

40

  1.  

Morocoo

70

  1.  

Oman

1

  1.  

Egypt

0.5

  1.  

Algeria

0.5

  1.  

South Africa

10

  1.  

Kuwait

2

  1.  

UAE

2

  1.  

Afghanistan

9.68

  1.  

Barbados

1

  1.  

Dominica

0.7

  1.  

Mexico

8.7

  1.  

Dominican Republic

0.5

  1.  

Saudi Arabia

30

  1.  

El Salvador

0.2

  1.  

Argentina

5.8

  1.  

Serbia

1.5

  1.  

UN Health workers

1

  1.  

Mongolia

1.5

  1.  

Ukraine

5

  1.  

Ghana

6.52

  1.  

Ivory Coast

5.54

  1.  

St. Lucia

0.25

  1.  

St. Kitts & Nevis

0.2

  1.  

St. Vincent & Grenadines

0.4

  1.  

Suriname

0.5

  1.  

Antigua & Barbuda

0.4

  1.  

DR Congo

17.66

  1.  

Angola

6.24

  1.  

Gambia

0.36

  1.  

Nigeria

39.24

  1.  

Cambodia

3.24

  1.  

Kenya

11.2

  1.  

Lesotho

0.36

  1.  

Rwanda

2.9

  1.  

Sao Tome & Principe

0.24

  1.  

Senegal

3.49

  1.  

Guatemala

2

  1.  

Canada

5

  1.  

Mali

3.96

  1.  

Sudan

8.28

  1.  

Liberia

0.96

  1.  

Malawi

3.6

  1.  

Uganda

9.64

  1.  

Nicaragua

2.00

  1.  

Guyana

0.8

  1.  

Jamaica

0.50

  1.  

UK

50.00

  1.  

Togo

1.56

  1.  

Djibouti

0.24

  1.  

Somalia

3.00

  1.  

Seirra Leone

0.96

  1.  

Belize

0.25

  1.  

Botswana

0.30

  1.  

Mozambique

4.84

  1.  

Ethiopia

21.84

  1.  

Tajikistan

1.92

  1.  

Benin

1.44

  1.  

Eswatini

0.20

  1.  

Bahamas

0.20

  1.  

Cape Verde

0.24

TOTAL

583.85

 

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh. Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the RajyaSabha here today.

 

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MV/SJ



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