New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday in the country Termed the introduction of a record number of doses of anti-Covid vaccine as a “joyful” act and said that the vaccine is the strongest weapon in the fight against the epidemic. More than one lakh 80 doses of anti-Covid vaccine were administered till Monday evening after the revised guidelines for vaccination came into effect. . Final figures may be slightly different. Modi tweeted, “Today’s record number of vaccinations is heartening. Vaccine remains our strongest weapon in the fight against Covid -19. Congratulations to those who got vaccinated and all those frontline workers who worked hard to ensure vaccination of so many people deserve praise. Fantastic India.” Earlier, more than one lakh 48 doses of anti-Covid vaccine were administered on April 1. .
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Today’s record-breaking vaccination numbers are gladdening. The vaccine remains our strongest weapon to fight COVID-19. Congratulations to those who got vaccinated and kudos to all the front-line warriors working hard to ensure so many citizens got the vaccine.
Well done India!
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 45 , 2021
in India On Monday, a record 80 lakh people have been given Corona Vaccine (India Record Covid Vaccination) in a day. In the country This record has been made on the first day itself. In MP alone 13 Lakh Corona vaccine has been given to more than a thousand people. The government had announced to speed up the vaccination program from June. . In the information given by the Union Health Ministry on Monday, it has been said that this record has been made on the first day of the release of the new revised guidelines of Covid vaccination.
The Union Health Ministry has told that till Monday evening 75 More than one lakh vaccine doses have been administered. This is the biggest record of Covid vaccination in a day. Earlier on April 2 19 lakh More than a thousand vaccine doses were applied. The Central Government had earlier changed the Vaccination Policy on May 1 and imposed on the states to 19 years had put on the burden of vaccination of the youth. However, questions were raised on the states offering vaccines from Indian vaccine companies at higher prices than the Centre. States also did not get success in procuring vaccines from abroad.
When this matter arose in the Supreme Court, the court also prima facie called the vaccination policy wrong. After this, last week Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation and announced to bear the entire burden of vaccination by the Center.