PM Modi takes first shot of COVID-19 Vaccine: Modi arrives in AIIMS wearing a pot of Assam, followed the entire protocol
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) performed the first dose of corona vaccine at AIIMS in Delhi on Monday morning. In order to get the vaccine, PM Modi reached AIIMS in the morning without getting the route (ie without blocking the way) so that the common people of Delhi would not get any inconvenience. After getting the vaccine, the Prime Minister stayed in AIIMS for half an hour and followed the entire vaccine protocol. PM Modi has taken the first dose of Bharat Biotech vaccine 'Covaxin'.
While taking the vaccine at AIIMS, the hotbed of the electoral state of Assam was covered, which is a symbol of the blessings of the women of Assam. PM has worn this pot on several occasions. Puducherry's nurse, Sister P Niveda, gave a dose of covaxine to the Prime Minister. Also another nurse is seen in the picture, she is from Kerala.
PMs are completely normal after vaccination
Prime Minister Modi reached AIIMS in the morning, where his vaccination took place at the CN Center. They are completely normal after vaccination. PM Modi's health was monitored by a team of doctors. PM left smiling from AIIMS. While stepping out, he also accepted the greetings of the people shaking hands.
Earlier, after getting the vaccine installed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, "Took first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine at AIIMS. Our doctors and scientists did a fantastic job in strengthening the global fight against Kovid-19 in a short time. I appeal to get the most vaccinated people who are eligible. Come, free India from Kovid-19. "
Big message reached people - AIIMS Director
AIIMS Delhi Director Randeep Guleria said after applying the Prime Minister's vaccine that he got the Made in India vaccine, the PM's message will send a message to people. He said, "The PM said that this is a proud opportunity. The suspicion that people had expressed, but now everything has been cleared on this. They came in and got themselves vaccinated at 6-6: 30 am, so that people would not have problems. The Prime Minister was absolutely confident. "
Randeep Guleria said that the vaccination campaign will now accelerate. He said, "Very fast people will get vaccinated. This was a very big message from the PM. He (PM) thanked everyone and said that this is a proud opportunity for the country that the vaccine is being made in our country. ”
Under the second phase vaccination campaign, from March 1, senior citizens and people above the age of 45 suffering from serious diseases will be vaccinated. For vaccination people will be able to register themselves on other IT applications like CoWin 2.0 portal or Arogya Setu.