Nurses from Punjab and Puducherry put up second dose to prime minister narendra modi;  Modi's Appeal - Vaccination can defeat Corona, who must be immunized, get vaccinated |  Nurses from Punjab and Puducherry put up second dose;  Modi's appeal- If you are eligible, then get vaccinated

  • Hindi news
  • National
  • Nurses From Punjab And Puducherry Put Up Second Dose To Prime Minister Narendra Modi; Modi’s Appeal Vaccination Can Defeat Corona, Who Must Be Immunized, Get Vaccinated

Fed up with Ads? Install Dainik Bhaskar app for news without ads

new Delhi40 minutes ago

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Delhi AIIMS early Thursday and got the second dose of Corona vaccine.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also took the second dose of the Corona vaccine. On Thursday morning, he administered the second dose of Kovacsin in AIIMS New Delhi. The first dose was put on March 1. While sharing the photo on social media, he also appealed to other people to get the vaccine. Wrote, ‘Vaccination is one of the few ways through which corona can be defeated. Therefore, if you complete the eligibility of getting the vaccine, get it done immediately.

Sisters bid for vaccination – it was a memorable moment
The second dose of vaccine was given to Modi by Sister Neha Sharma from Punjab and Sister P Niveda from Puducherry. Neha said- Prime Minister talked to us. It was a memorable moment for me. I got a chance to talk to them and apply the vaccine.

Niveda said- I gave the first dose of Kovacsin to the Prime Minister. Today I got a chance to meet him again and get vaccinated. I am very happy again. He talked to us and we also took pictures with him.

The Prime Minister will take stock of the situation in Corona
Prime Minister Modi will hold a meeting with the Chief Minister of all the states through video conferencing today amid increasing cases of corona in the country. The Prime Minister will take stock of the situation around the country in this meeting. Earlier on Tuesday, Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan also held a meeting with Chief Ministers and Health Ministers of 11 states regarding the current situation and vaccination.

There are more news …

Source link

Mohit Yadav

By Mohit Yadav

Mr. Mohit Yadav holds a degree of M.A. in Mass Communication with specialization in journalism. He has a work experience of 6 years and has worked overseas also. He is chief journalist and covers National news. You can contact him here Email:-