Here are the price lists of all the vaccines sold in India.
You can see for yourself how much each is.
The first vaccine is the one that the government of India said it would use to prevent COVID.
The vaccine is an oral version, meaning that it doesn’t require a needle to inject.
The government said it will cost about Rs.2,600 ($2,200) per child.
But in fact, the prices have soared to more than Rs.6,000 ($8,400) per vaccine.
Some vaccines are more expensive than others.
The first vaccine costs around Rs.1,300 ($1,600) while the second, the second-generation vaccine, costs about Rs 1,600 (about Rs.4,000).
Even before the price increases, there are reports of people dying from COVID and COVD in the country.
A woman in India who was hospitalized with COVID was given only two doses of the second vaccine.
And a man in the city of Thane died after taking the first dose.
The country’s top medical regulator has warned that there are about 2,000 cases of COVID each day, and nearly 30,000 COVID cases each month.
The rate of death is also increasing, as people are getting older.
India has a death rate of about 11,000 deaths per 100,000 people, the International Health Regulations say.
The number of deaths from COVD is higher in the rural areas, with the rural population more than three times as likely to die from the disease.
India is one of the world’s most deadly countries for COVID, with more than 1,000 dead annually, the WHO said.
A study by India’s government says the number of people getting vaccinated is about 40 percent of the total population, and the percentage of the population that gets vaccinated has increased since 2000.
The total vaccination rate in India has increased from 1.6 percent in 2000 to 2.2 percent in 2016.
According to a study published by the Indian government, the average age of Indian citizens is 40.4 years old, with a median age of 46.5 years old.
In India, only one in five of the adults get vaccinated.
The number of children who get vaccinated is almost double the number who get inoculated.