‘Bas ho gaya’: Rajnath Singh will get his first dose of COVID vaccine


‘Bas ho gaya’: Rajnath Singh will get his first dose of COVID vaccine

Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday acquired his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at RR hospital in New Delhi, a day after the beginning of the second section of the inoculation drive.

“Bas ho gaya,” the BJP veteran uttered as a medical workers administered the vaccine. Singh thanked the docs and paramedic workers on the RR hospital for the vaccination, thereby urging everybody eligible to take the vaccine and make India COVID free. 

He stated India’s resolve for making the nation COVID free has been strengthened by this inoculation drive. “The vaccine is totally secure and trouble free,” he stated. 

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi acquired his first jab of the vaccine, because the second section kicked off for these above 60 years and 45+ with comorbidities.

Earlier at the moment, Union Well being Minister Harsh Vardhan and his spouse took the primary dose of COVID-19 vaccine on the Delhi Coronary heart and Lung Institute. Aside from him, Nationwide Convention president Farooq Abdullah, who’s Lok Sabha member from Srinagar, at the moment acquired his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences. 

In the meantime, Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi took the primary dose of the coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday in Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur. 


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