Dr. Randeep Guleria, Medical Director of MS and Chief of Immunization Committee of India and Dr. VK Paul, Member, NITI received IO vaccine
In Delhi-NCR Corona vaccine On the first day of the day, many health professionals along with health workers and frontline workers took the vaccine. Manish Kumar, a 33-year-old sanitation worker at AIIMS Hospital in Delhi, was the first person in the country to do so. Coronavirus vaccine Applied, he was vaccinated with covacin. Manish has been working at AIIMS for 19 years. Many of her family members are in the nursing department and have many cleaners.
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Manish said that a lot of people are afraid to get vaccinated, but he himself said that I should get vaccinated first. I’m not having any problems. “I am appealing to the people that there is no need to be afraid of it,” Manish said. The last few months have been tough, but the Ames staff helped a lot and I came to work every day.
The director of AIMS, a member of the Policy Commission, also took the vaccine
Important people associated with medicine in India also get vaccinated. AIIMS Medical Director. Randeep Guleria and the Chief of the Immunization Committee of India and Dr. VK Paul, a member of the NITI Commission, also received the Kovacin vaccine. Vaccination committee chief Dr VK Paul and chief investigator Sanjay Roy also received the vaccine. Ashutosh Chaturvedi received the first vaccine from the nursing staff at Max Secet Hospital, which started the first plasma bank for the treatment of corona. Ashutosh said about 26,000 front workers have been vaccinated in Gautam Budh Nagar.
Former Union Minister Mahesh Sharma was also vaccinated
Among those vaccinated was Mahesh Sharma, a former Union Minister and a doctor by profession. State Minister for Health Atul Garg was present at the vaccination program of about 21,000 Front workers in Ghaziabad. Apart from the government, RK Mani, a 655-year-old doctor at Yashoda Hospital, was also vaccinated. After receiving the vaccine, lung specialist Dr RK Mani said that he was fully fit and had no problems. All in all, the first day of vaccination in Delhi and NCR was good.