India’s Covid-19 Vaccine plan: The government will bear all the cost of corona vaccination. Guidelines in this regard may be announced in the forthcoming Budget 2021.
New Delhi, November 26: The Central Government has prepared a roadmap for COVID-19 vaccination to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. According to Reuters, the entire cost of the corona vaccination will be borne by the government (Covid-19 Vaccine plan). Also, a roadmap in this regard can be announced in the forthcoming Budget 2021. According to the report, the government has prepared a comprehensive plan in this regard and is preparing to take a large number of vaccines from AstraZeneca.
It is estimated that it will cost between ते 6 and 7 7, or about Rs. As a result, the government has set a budget of Rs 500 billion to vaccinate 130 crore people against corona. This budget will be arranged at the end of the current financial year. After that, there will be no shortage of funds for vaccination.
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Aim to start vaccination by end of February –
According to Reuters, the government is preparing to bear the entire cost of vaccination. An announcement can be made when presenting the general budget in this regard. Vaccination is expected to begin by the end of February.
The government is working hard to control the corona virus. Under this, the government will bear the entire cost of the vaccine. It is learned that this has been agreed upon and may be announced in the budget.
– CNBC-AWAAZ (@CNBC_Awaaz) November 26, 2020
Today the whole world is fighting the corona virus. All eyes are on the vaccine as soon as it becomes available. A total of more than 150 corona vaccines are being researched and tested worldwide. So far no vaccine has been approved for global use. Only Russia approved Sputnik V in August. The results of the phase-3 test of this vaccine are being awaited globally. Phase 2/3 trial of Kovid 3 vaccines is also underway in India Two of these vaccines have been developed by Indian scientists.