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PM Modi interacts with Corona warriors in Varanasi, says – India ‘self-sufficient’ in making Corona vaccine

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PM Modi thanked the doctors and health workers engaged in this campaign. During the interaction, a health worker thanked the Prime Minister for this campaign, in response, he said that the credit of this entire campaign goes to the health workers and scientists of the country.

Through video conferencing in Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with the beneficiaries of the Kovid vaccination campaign and vaccinees in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi. During this, PM Modi said that today the world’s largest vaccination program is going on in our country and 30 crore countrymen are being vaccinated in its first two phases. Today, India is completely self-sufficient about this (vaccine) biggest need of the world, not only this, India is also helping many countries.

He said that in Varanasi, more than 20,000 health workers will be vaccinated in the first phase and 15 vaccination centers have been set up for this. He thanked the doctors and health workers engaged in this campaign. During the interaction, a health worker thanked the Prime Minister for this campaign, in response, he said that the credit of this entire campaign goes to the health workers and scientists of the country.

India’s preparation for vaccination campaign completed

While interacting with the beneficiaries of Kovid-19 vaccination campaign in Varanasi and those who have been vaccinated through video conference, the Prime Minister also said that India’s preparations for the vaccination campaign are complete and vaccines are rapidly reaching every corner of the country. Huh. During the interaction, health workers shared their experiences regarding the vaccine and told that they did not face any problem or any side effects. Health workers urged people to participate in the vaccination campaign in a big way and make the society safe. The Prime Minister started a nationwide vaccination campaign on 16 January.

30 crore countrymen will be vaccinated in two phases

In the first phase of vaccination, three crore health workers and personnel deployed on the front are to be vaccinated. In his brief address before the dialogue, Modi said that today the world’s largest vaccination campaign is going on in India and 30 crore countrymen are being vaccinated in its first two phases. He said that there is such a will in the country that the country is making its own vaccine. Today, the country’s preparation is such that the vaccine is reaching every corner of the country rapidly and today India is completely self-sufficient about this world’s greatest need. It is also helping many countries. The Prime Minister said that in the first phase, more than 20,000 health workers will be vaccinated in Varanasi and 15 vaccination centers have been set up for this.

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