PM Modi launches coronavirus vaccination campaign, gave this message to nation
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday launched the world's largest vaccination campaign and congratulated the scientists of India on this achievement.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday launched the world's largest vaccination campaign and congratulated the scientists of India on this achievement.
PM Modi, while praising the scientists, said, "It takes years to prepare vaccines, but at least we have not only one but two vaccines."
PM Modi said, "There are also countries that do not have a population of 3 crore, but in the first phase, India will vaccinate 3 crore health workers. In the next phase we will take this number to 30 crores. Only 30 crores in the world There are only three countries of population - India, America and China. So, this is going to be the biggest vaccination campaign. "
The Prime Minister said, "The whole country has been waiting impatiently for this day, for how many months children, old people and young people in every house had the same question as to when the Corona vaccine would arrive." The world's largest vaccination campaign is going to start in India a few minutes from now. I congratulate all the countrymen for this. He said, it usually takes years to make a vaccine but in such a short time not one or two Made in India vaccines are ready. Many more vaccines are also being run at a rapid pace, this is a living proof of India's strength, scientific skills and talent. '
Addressing the countrymen, the PM said, 'It is very important to have 2 doses of Corona vaccine. An interval of about one month will also be kept between the first and second doses. Only 2 weeks after the second dose, your body will develop the necessary strength against the corona. India is vaccinating 3 crore people in its first phase of vaccination. He said, India's vaccination campaign is based on very human and important principles. The one who needs it the most, will get the corona vaccine first.
Covid-19 protocol to be followed even after coronavirus vaccine
The PM said, "I request you not to make the mistake of taking off the mask after receiving the first dose and to maintain social distancing, as immunity develops after the second dose." He said, 'India's vaccination campaign is based on very human and important principles. The one who needs it the most, will get the corona vaccine first.