PM Narendra Modi takes first dose of Corona Vaccine
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday got a vaccine to protect against corona virus infection. Along with this, appealed all eligible people to get COVID-19 Vaccine.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday took the first dose of Coronavirus Vaccine to prevent infection with the corona virus. In the National Capital Delhi-based All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), on Monday morning, PM Modi was vaccinated against covid-19.
Let us know that from March 1, the second phase of vaccination has started in the country to protect against the corona virus. In this episode, the Prime Minister also got vaccinated.
PM Modi tweets:
PM Modi himself gave information about this in a Facebook post. He wrote that 'I took my first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in AIIMS. Our doctors and scientists have worked in a short time to strengthen the global fight against COVID-19. Those who are eligible to take the vaccine, I appeal to all those who TAKE vaccine.
At the same time, we all have to make India COVID-19 free. ' According to a tweet by Prasar Bharati News Service, Puducherry resident Sister P Niveda vaccinated the PM. They did it with a vaccine manufactured by Bharat Biotech.
Second Phase of Vaccination begins:
Let us know that from Monday, March 1, people above 60 years of age. After those above 45 years suffering from any other disease will receive anti-Corona virus vaccine. This will be free from the government centers from March 1. At the same time, they will have to pay for this at private clinics and centers. In view of the new form of virus found in some countries, the Center also warned the states and union territories that any laxity under strict restrictions can complicate the situation.