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The IIT Alumni Council-founded Megalab has collected Rs 300 Crore funding for an Ayurvedic Covid-19 Vaccines. The authority said that the Ayurvedic Covid-19 vaccine shots can stop the virus from spreading around the people. People taking the first shot of Ayurvedic vaccine can also prevent the infection by the virus. Ayurveda is a ancient traditional medicine system practiced by the Indians with natural things without any side effects. The second wave of the pandemic in India have affected a large number of people physically mentally and financially. Patients recovering from the lethal destructive Coronavirus are getting Black Fungus Infection which has no cure till date in the world. Ayurveda is considered as the gift of Nature to the human Beings. The Vaccine can be taken in two forms by injecting or by the nasal drops to get prevented by the Covid-19 mortal virus.

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