India again played neighboring religion; Vaccine sent to these countries including Myanmar, Nepal


India, which followed the neighboring religion by giving a vaccine during the Corona crisis, has once again extended a helping hand. India has sent doses of coronavirus vaccine to Myanmar, Nepal, Bangladesh and Iran. Sources gave this information on Sunday. Earlier on 20 September, the Indian government announced its decision to resume exports of vaccines against the coronavirus from October.

The Serum Institute of India is believed to have exported one million doses of the Kovidshield vaccine to Nepal, Myanmar and Bangladesh in the fight against the corona epidemic. Announcing this decision, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya had said that India will resume exports of corona vaccines as part of its ‘Vaccine Friendship’ initiative to fulfill the country’s commitment to Covax.

At the same time, the Ministry of External Affairs had said that India will supply Kovid-19 vaccines to Bhutan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Seychelles under the grant-in-aid. India is one of the world’s largest vaccine manufacturers and many countries have approached to buy the corona virus vaccine.


How many vaccines have been administered in India so far?

More than 94.62 crore doses of anti-Covid vaccine have been given in India till Saturday. The Union Health Ministry gave this information. The ministry said that 60,66,412 doses of vaccine were given till 7 pm on Saturday and this number of daily vaccinations may increase after the complete data is received by late night.



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