Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) took the second dose of the corona vaccine at the Delhi AIIMS on Thursday morning.
Prime Minister Modi has received the second dose of the covid vaccine: Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Prime Minister Modi) took the second dose of corona vaccine at the Delhi AIIMS on Thursday morning. Prime Minister Modi first took the first dose of the covid vaccine at the Delhi AIIMS in March. Prime Minister Modi has received a corona vaccine (Kovacin) made with India Biotech. The two nurses who vaccinated the prime minister at the AIIMS were P Niveda of Puducherry and Nisha Sharma of Punjab, ANI reported. Read more: Prime Minister Modi’s high-level meeting gave many instructions amid growing corona cases in the country
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– ANI (@ANI) April 8, 2021
After taking the second dose of the vaccine, Prime Minister Modi himself tweeted and informed about it.
Today I received my second dose of Quid-19 vaccine AIMS.
Vaccination is one of the few ways to defeat the virus
If you qualify for the vaccine, get your shot soon. Register at https://t.co/hXdLpmaYSP. pic.twitter.com/XZzv6ULdan
– Narendra Modi (NarendraModi) April 8, 2021
In addition, he appealed to people to get the vaccine by registering on the Queen app if you qualify for the vaccine, as one way to defeat the virus is to get vaccinated.
‘There is no shortage of vaccines in the country’
With the rapid rise in coronavirus infections in India since April 11, the government has allowed Kovid-19 to be vaccinated in public and private workplaces in the state and union territories where there will be about 100 beneficiaries. The Center further said that there is no shortage of anti-covid vaccine in the country amid allegations by Maharashtra and some states without BJP rule.
On Wednesday, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan attacked Maharashtra and several other states and accused them of trying to spread panic and cover up their ‘failure’ by demanding a vaccine for all without vaccinating a sufficient number of beneficiaries.
He said the statement by Maharashtra government officials about the lack of vaccines was “nothing more than an attempt by the Maharashtra government to divert attention from its repeated failure to stop the spread of the global epidemic.” Earlier today, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Top said the state had only 1.4 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine left, which would last only three days, and many vaccination centers had to be closed due to lack of vaccines. Please note that only people aged 45 or over are currently vaccinated under the ongoing coronavirus vaccination campaign across the country.