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  • India's truck drivers help fight vaccine hesitancy
  • India's truck drivers help fight vaccine hesitancy
    Department of Science and Technology, Government of India (2021) ©
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India's truck drivers help fight vaccine hesitancy

Despite being one of the countries worst hit by Covid-19, vaccine hesitancy remains extremely high in India. Alongside other citizen-led initiatives, India’s truck drivers are joining the fight against hesitancy by transforming their distinctive decoration into pro-vaccination art.

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