In “Vaccinating India Brilliantly” (Business Standard, February 17), I argued that we needed to dramatically speed up our vaccination drive. Having established the right protocol for the vulnerable (health care workers, frontline workers, older people, then others), the state needed to step out of the way and let the private sector get on with the job.

Others in these pages have argued that we need to consider markets and incentives, and quickly approve more vaccines to ensure adequate flow. Let’s put all this together with our current experience. In this last month, we …

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https://www.business-standard.com/article/opinion/vaccinating-india-what-next-121031601318_1.html

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