New Delhi After the introduction of corona vaccination in the country, India has started helping by sending vaccine doses to neighboring countries. India will send a consignment of Corona vaccine to Bangladesh and Nepal under ‘Mission Friendship’. India will send 10 lakh doses to Nepal and 20 lakh doses to Bangladesh. This dose is the vaccine covishield of the serum. This dose of vaccine has reached Mumbai airport from Pune. Regarding sending the vaccine, PM Modi said that soon it will be sent to many other countries as well.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that India has been a trusted partner for a long time to the health needs of the global community. Supply of corona vaccine will start in many countries from tomorrow and it will be intensified in the coming days.
Maharashtra: Serum Institute of India’s vaccine consignment containing 10 lakh dosages to be dispatched to Kathmandu and 20 lakh dosages to Dhaka arrive at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. # COVID19 pic.twitter.com/FD1yGadx7l
– ANI (@ANI) January 20, 2021
Earlier, India has sent 1.5 lakh doses of Corona virus vaccine Kovishield as a gift to Bhutan. The vaccine was released from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai to Thimphu in Bhutan.
Let us know that 4 lakh 54 thousand 49 people have been given Corona vaccine so far in India. In some states and union territories this speed is very good and in some it is very slow. In the briefing of the Ministry of Health, the member of NITI Aayog, Dr. VK Paul said that due to some confusion, health workers are not taking it, it is sad.
The Ministry of External Affairs said that keeping in mind the domestic requirements, India will supply Kovid-19 vaccines to allied countries in a phased manner in the coming week, month. While supplying vaccines to other countries, it will be ensured that the vaccine manufacturers of the country have sufficient reserves to meet the domestic requirements.
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