Many Indian state leaders have asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to open up vaccinations to most of the country‚Äôs hundreds of millions of adults, following a second surge in infections that has eclipsed the first wave. A woman receives Bharat Biotech’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine called COVAXIN at a vaccination centre, in New Delhi, India, April 5, 2021. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi India breached the grim milestone of 100,000 daily infections for the first time on Monday, and cases jumped by 96,982 on Tuesday, data from the health ministry showed. There were 446 new deaths, taking the total to 165,547. The country of 1.35 billion people has administered 80.9 million vaccine doses, the most after the United States and China, but it lags far behind in immunisations per capita. India, the world’s biggest vaccine maker, this month expanded its inoculation programme to include everyone above the age […]