India Will Send Some Limited Doses To Friendly Countries As Goodwill Gestures Corona Vaacine – India’s big decision on corona vaccine, will send limited dose to these friendly countries

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Updated Tue, 19 Jan 2021 08:33 AM IS

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India has decided on Monday that it will send a limited number of corona vaccine doses to its friendly countries as a gesture of goodwill. India will do this so that some of the closest needs of those countries are met. Allied countries to whom limited doses of the Corona vaccine will be sent are Mongolia, Oman, Myanmar, Philippines, Bahrain, Maldives, Mauritius.

India biotech covaccine vaccine will be sent to these countries, while Bhutan, Seychelles, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Nepal will be given the covisiled vaccine of Serum Institute. An official informed that both these vaccines will be supplied on a government basis but their recovery and maintenance will be done by the Ministry of External Affairs.

The decision was taken by the officials in a meeting convened by the Ministry of Health, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Commerce and Pharmaceutical Department. Let us know that the vaccination campaign of Corona has started in the country and on the first day i.e. January 16, more than two lakh people were given the Corona vaccine.

In the first phase of corona vaccination, health workers and frontline workers will be vaccinated and then those over 50 years of age will be vaccinated. Doses of Kovishield of Serum Institute and Kovaxin of Bharat Biotech are being given in the country.

India has decided on Monday that it will send a limited number of corona vaccine doses to its friendly countries as a gesture of goodwill. India will do this so that some of the closest needs of those countries are met. Allied countries to whom limited doses of the Corona vaccine will be sent are Mongolia, Oman, Myanmar, Philippines, Bahrain, Maldives, Mauritius.

India biotech covaccine vaccines will be sent to these countries, while Bhutan, Seychelles, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Nepal will be given the covisiled vaccine of Serum Institute. An official informed that both these vaccines will be supplied on a government basis but their recovery and maintenance will be done by the Ministry of External Affairs.

This decision was taken by the officials in a meeting convened by the Ministry of Health, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Commerce and Pharmaceutical Department. Let us know that the vaccination campaign of Corona has started in the country and on the first day i.e. January 16, more than two lakh people were given the Corona vaccine.

In the first phase of corona vaccination, health workers and frontline workers will be vaccinated and then those over 50 years of age will be vaccinated. Doses of Kovishield of Serum Institute and Kovaxin of Bharat Biotech are being given in the country.

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