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World seeing 'self-reliant India,' says CM Adityanath on Covid Vaccination Launch

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched India's vaccination against the novel coronavirus via video conferencing.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 16 Jan 2021 11:05 AM GMT

World seeing self-reliant India, says CM Adityanath on Covid Vaccination Launch
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LUCKNOW: The covid vaccination launch will show to the world the potential of self-reliant India, said Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while hailing the massive exercise as historic.

"A nationwide Covid-19 vaccination campaign is starting from today under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This historic campaign will prove to be a decisive step taken by 'Self-reliant India' to protect against Corona. Thank you, Prime Minister", said Adityanath in a tweet.

https://twitter.com/myogiadityanath/status/1350275376061116416

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched India's vaccination against the novel coronavirus via video conferencing.

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Vaccination Drive:

Indian vaccines made through “tried and tested methods” will deliver defining victory in the war against Covid, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday. While launching the world’s biggest vaccination drive against the coronavirus disease.

An estimated 300,000 health care workers across 3,006 vaccination sites will be inoculated on Saturday. Setting the tone for immunizing 30 million health care and frontline workers in the first phase. The first shot was administered in AIIMS, Delhi.

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However, the Uttar Pradesh CM praised the hard work of committed scientist. In addition, who developed vaccination against Covid-19 in less than a year's time.

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