India To Export Coronavirus Vaccines To THESE Neighbourhood Nations
India Has Kickstarted Its Nationwide Ride For Coronavirus Vaccination. Now It Will Be Exporting The Vaccines To Friendly-Neighbour. The List Of Nations Include Six Names
Last week India has begun its nationwide ride for Coronavirus vaccinations. The frontline workers from states such as Delhi, Maharashtra and few others were given vaccines. Now, India will be supplying the vaccines to a selected list of neighbourhood nations from Wednesday i.e. Jan 20. Considering to keep humanity above during our fight against Coronavirus, India to help six nations with vaccines. The list of these six nations include Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives, Myanmar, and Seychelles for the first batch for COVID-19 vaccine export.
India among the list of nations to produce largest number of drugs and apparently several nations have already approached the government for vaccine aid. As a responsible neighbour to the countries in need amidst the pandemic, India will export the vaccines. “India is deeply honoured to be a long-trusted partner in meeting the healthcare needs of the global community. Supplies of Covid vaccines to several countries will commence tomorrow, and more will follow in the days ahead,” PM Narendra tweeted on his official Twitter handle addressing the Vaccine export.
India is deeply honoured to be a long-trusted partner in meeting the healthcare needs of the global community. Supplies of Covid vaccines to several countries will commence tomorrow, and more will follow in the days ahead. #VaccineMaitri https://t.co/9Czfkuk8h7
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 19, 2021
The Immunization programme to fight against Coronavirus is currently in full swing in the nation. Healthcare officials have implemented on the plans to execute vaccines in the entire country, which would take place in a phased manner. The stages of vaccination start from healthcare workers to frontline workers and the most vulnerable. Eventually the vaccines will be given to others in upcoming months.
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