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Health care workers administer a COVID-19 vaccine, developed by Oxford-Astrazeneca Plc. and manufactured by Serum Institute of India Ltd., at the Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi, India, on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021. T. Narayan/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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