Modi put the Corona vaccine: Nurse from Puducherry vaccinated PM Modi, Kerala nurse standing nearby and PM wearing a pot of Assam; Elections are to be held in these three states
Prime Minister Narendra Modi put the Corona vaccine
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has got the first corona vaccine. He was awarded a dose of covaxin of Bharat Biotech. He reached Delhi AIIMS on Monday morning with a sore throat of Assam. Here P Niveda of Puducherry vaccinated Modi, during which Sister Rosamma Anil of Kerala was standing nearby. Assembly elections are due in these three states from 27 March to 6 April.
Sister P Niveda, who has been working in Delhi AIIMS for 3 years, said that her duty is on the vaccine center. He was told on Monday morning that the Prime Minister was coming to get the vaccine. After getting the vaccine, Modi told the nurse, "Even if you put it, I didn't even know."
The Prime Minister shared the photo on social media after getting the vaccine installed. Through this, he tried to remove the doubts of common people about the vaccine. At the same time, he also gave a message to the leaders of the opposition, who questioned the process of approval of vaccination.
Appeal to all eligible people to get the vaccine
Modi shared the photo on social media and wrote, 'The rapid work done by our doctors and scientists in strengthening the global fight against Corona is extraordinary. I appeal to all deserving people to get vaccinated. Together we have to make the country corona free. '
PM does not want to make trouble for common people , so PM chooses time in the morning
No route was set for Modi to reach AIIMS. He chose the time of the morning, so that his convoy would not cause trouble to the common people. Modi's schedule to get the vaccine was not even informed in advance, but the Prime Minister suddenly surprised the people by arriving at AIIMS.
Modi got the same vaccine which came in controversies.
The Prime Minister has installed Bharat Biotech covaxin. There was a dispute about this in January. The approval was questioned by the opposition. The opposition had said that if the vaccine is so reliable, then why are the people associated with the government not getting the dose of it
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor had said that Covaxin has not yet completed its third trial. The vaccine is approved in a hurry and can be dangerous.
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had said that Bharat Biotech is a first-rate enterprise, but the surprising thing is that the protocols related to covaxin's Phase-3 trials, which have been approved at the international level, are being modified.
After this, Dr. Krishna Alla, MD, Bharat Biotech, came to the fore. He said that some people are only gossiping about our vaccine. Together with ICMR we have designed it and it is 200% safe. Trials have seen less than 10% of side effects.
Politics still happened today
Congress leader in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary said - We had earlier asked questions on covaxin. Experts also warned the government.
Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said to the opposition that this confusion is a troupe. They should not do politics on the issue of health and well being of the people.
Union Minister Ashwini Kumar Choubey said- The Prime Minister has assured the country and the world by installing a vaccine. This is the Sanjeevani boot of Hanuman ji and as the Prime Minister Hanuman is distributing the Sanjeevani booti to the public. This is a tough slap on the face of the opposition.
Meanwhile, Mallikarjun Kharge, Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, said that I am over 70 years old. I will live only for 10-15 years. Therefore, if a vaccine is given to a young person in my place, it would be better.
In the second phase, the elderly will get vaccinated
In the second phase of corona vaccination in the country, those who have serious illnesses over 60 years and 45 years to 60 years have been included. Those who will be 60 years of age on 1 January 2022 can also get vaccinated this time. Vaccination will last until 3 in the afternoon. For this, registrations have started from 9 am on the Arogya Setu app along with the Co-Win 2.0 portal.
Critical illness certificate has to be shown, Those who are 60 years of age or older, will have to carry an ID card at the time of registration and vaccination. Those aged 45 to 60 years who have a serious illness will have to show a medical certificate. The government has also released a list of 20 diseases coming in this criterion along with the declaration format. This form will have to be certified by a doctor.