Coronavirus Vaccine: Before the commencement of vaccination of Kovid-19 in the country, the first patient of Corona virus in Delhi has appealed to people on Monday without hesitation to vaccinate and not to listen to negative things about them or those giving ‘false information’ Kovid-19 vaccination campaign will start in India from January 16.
Rohit Dutta, who was found infected on March 1 in Delhi, said that ‘it seems unrealistic’. The first Kovid-19 patient in the city said, ‘Until a few months ago, we were struggling. A large number of people were dying. Fear of unknown virus was at its peak. Our doctors, nurses and other health workers fought an uphill battle in 2020. Therefore Corona warrior deserves its first dose.
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A businessman Dutta (46) lives in Mayur Vihar, Delhi. He also praised scientists working day and night in lab to make vaccines. He said, ‘When I was infected with coronavirus, many people themselves became medical experts and were giving their different opinions on the new virus. Many people also gave wrong information about this. Then scientists were also trying to understand this new virus. Now the same is happening with the Kovid-19 vaccine.
The leather trader said, ‘Many people are spreading false information about it before it is installed. We should give our scientists a chance.
India’s drug regulator has approved limited emergency use in the country of ‘Kovishield’, the indigenously developed vaccines of ‘Kovishield’ and ‘Bharat Biotech’, the Oxford Kovid-19 vaccine of ‘Serum Institute of India’. Dutta said, ‘I would like to appeal to my fellow citizens that whenever there is a chance, do not hesitate to get the vaccine. The Queen of England and her husband Prince Philip have also got vaccinated and Indian leaders should also set a similar example so that people can be trusted.
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