New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced a free vaccine for everyone over the age of 18, with a view to resolving the confusion over the Kovid vaccine for those over the age of 18 in the country.
Addressing the nation on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that vaccination was the key to the fight against the current century Mahawari Kovid-19, a nationwide poll. He assured that 100 percent vaccine delivery was being done quickly.
The central government will buy the vaccine from vaccine companies and distribute it to all states. In addition, a separate roadmap for the vaccine will be out soon. The free vaccine will be issued nationwide.
People who feel they shouldn’t be a burden to the government can get vaccinated in private hospitals. The private hospital will be allowed to purchase 25 percent of the vaccine. Now, a private hospital has to pay Rs 150 for a vaccine. Only get one.
Free rations for Diwali:
Prime Minister Garib Anne’s plan to distribute free rations to the poor, which was implemented by the central government during the lockdown announced last April, will be extended to Diwali, ie November. Under this scheme, poor people will get free rations every month. The project, which was launched in April and May last year, was later extended. At the time of the plague, the government was with the poor. The purpose was to prevent any poor brothers from starving.
Vaccine preparation from 7 companies:
The fastest vaccines are being prepared in the country. Our scientists are working to make the whole world awe-inspiring. With confidence in them, in April 2020, while the research was still underway, we began to prepare for logistic. A vaccine task force was also created. He said the research was funded. There are now seven companies in the country making different vaccines. Experiment 3 is underway in the Vaccine Advance phase. In addition, he said, people have been speeding up the vaccine procurement process from other countries.
Vaccine preparation for children:
There is no need for people to be alarmed by the expert’s claim that Kovid-19 will harm children in the third wave. That is why the vaccine is being prepared for children and is undergoing trial. Research on a nasal vaccine is ongoing. It is sprayed on the nose. “If it is successful in the next few days, it will accelerate the vaccine campaign,” he said.
Vaccination has begun in very few countries after the vaccine was made. The WHO has also issued this relationship guideline. We know how important a dose of vaccine is. He said that with each dose, one life can last. To avoid confusion among the people, states are being given a dose of how many doses will be available a week before.
But in the face of such hardship, who does not appreciate political statements about the vaccine. The illusion and misconceptions some people have about the vaccine are worrying. Since the work on the vaccine began in the country, people have been making alarming statements about it. The vaccine was disputed. The country is watching it. Young people should not believe such statements. He called for working with the government to raise awareness.