Mumbai airport begins COVID-19 vaccine transportation; 2,400 vials airlifted to Goa

COVID-19 vaccine transportation from Mumbais Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) commenced on Wednesday with budget carrier GoAir airlifting 2,400 vials of Covishield to Goa.

The Wadia Group-owned no-frills airline has scheduled flights carrying vaccines to Lucknow, Cochin and Chandigarh as well, besides Goa, during the day, a GoAir spokesperson told


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