United Nations : Expressing grief over the loss of lives caused by Kovid-19 across the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday again started providing vaccines to the needy people of other countries, reiterating India’s commitment and he Calls upon vaccine manufacturers to “come to India and make vaccines”.
Addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Modi said, “For the last one and a half years, the whole world is facing the biggest pandemic of 100 years. I pay homage to all those who died due to this horrific pandemic. I express my condolences to their families.
He said that India’s anti-corona vaccine portal ‘Covin’ is providing digital help in dispensing millions of doses of vaccine in a day. It is noteworthy that India has stopped the export of anti-Covid vaccines since the second wave of the epidemic in April this year.
India on Monday said it would start exporting surplus doses of anti-Covid vaccine in the fourth quarter of this year under the ‘Vaccine Friendship’ program to meet its commitment under the Kovax programme.
India developed the first DNA vaccine
Modi said in the United Nations General Assembly, “India follows the path of ‘Service Paramo Dharma’ and is developing and manufacturing vaccines despite limited resources. I would like to inform UNGA that India has developed the world’s first DNA vaccine which can be administered to all people above 12 years of age.
The Prime Minister said, “Another mRNA vaccine is in the final stages of development. Scientists in India are also engaged in developing an anti-corona vaccine given through the nose. Realizing its obligation towards humanity, India has once again started providing vaccines to the needy people in the world. Today I invite vaccine makers from all over the world to come and make vaccines in India.
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