WHO Director praised the Indian Government for providing Covid19 Vaccine to other countries
1 year ago
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of World Health Organization (WHO) in his latest tweet, lauds the Indian’s efforts in tackling the Coronavirus epidemic.
He praised Narendra Modi for providing the Covid19 vaccine to more than 60 countries. He Tweeted, Thanks to India Prime Minister @narendramodi for supporting #VaccinEquity. Your commitment to #COVAX and sharing #COVID19 vaccine doses is helping 60+ countries start vaccinating their #healthworkers and other priority groups. I hope other countries will follow your example.
This is not the first time, that WHO Director has praised the Indian efforts in fighting the COVID 19. Earlier, also he wrote on Twitter, Thank you for your commitment to solidarity, India Prime Minister @narendramodi. Only together, by mobilizing our forces and resources jointly for the common good, can we end the #COVID19 pandemic. #UNGA @PMOIndia@CDMissionIndia@IndiaUNNewYork.
Under the ‘Vaccine Maitri’ scheme, India supplies Covid-19 vaccines to different countries, including neighboring countries. Oxford University-Covishield from AstraZeneca and Covaxin from Bharat Biotech International Limited was granted emergency use authorization (EUA) in India. On January 16, the world’s biggest drive against the pandemic began in the country, with the second stage scheduled to start from March 1.