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COVID-19: PM Modi’s first dose of Corona vaccine

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“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken the first dose of Coronavirus vaccine at the AIIMS Hospital in New Delhi.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken the first dose of Coronavirus Vaccine at the AIIMS Hospital in New Delhi. PM Modi shared this information on social media.  He tweeted,” Took my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS. Remarkable how our doctors and scientists have worked in quick time to strengthen the global fight against COVID-19. I appeal to all those who are eligible to take the vaccine. Together, let us make India COVID-19 free!”.

PM Modi was vaccinated by the ‘Covaxin’ vaccine, which is developed by Bharat Biotech and the Indian Council of Medical Research.  Sister P. Niveda, who gave the corona vaccine to PM Modi, said, ‘PM Modi has been given the first dose of COVAXIN. The second dose will be given 28 days later.

AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria was also present at the time of vaccination. PM Modi has given a befitting reply to many oppositions by taking the COVID vaccine, the leader of several opposition parties, was questioning the Corona vaccine made in India. Many leaders have said that Prime Minister Modi should get the COVID vaccine first, and then we will take it. All such leaders have now been answered by PM Modi. Also, by getting PM Modi’s corona vaccine, people will also have increased faith in the corona vaccine.

Let us know that under the vaccination campaign against Coronavirus in India, common people are starting getting vaccinated from today. The public will include people over 60 years of age and those with serious illnesses over 45 years of age. Registration on Co-Win 2.0 portal (Co-WIN 2.0) as well as Arogya Setu will start at 9 am today. In such a situation, rapid vaccination will be done in the country.

According to the Union Ministry of Health, from today anyone can get a corona vaccine at any center. Government hospitals will get the vaccine for free; private hospitals will have to pay Rs. 250 for every dose. There will be Rs. 150 for vaccines and Rs. 100 service charge. However, a dose of coronavirus was expected to cost much more than this.

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