In the second wave of coronavirus, the situation is very serious all over the country. Vaccination has become necessary to avoid coronavirus outbreaks. In the midst of the corona crisis, on the one hand there has been a lack of vaccine, on the other hand there have been many cases of vaccine wastage, after which health workers have become alert about the vaccine and are making sure that the vaccine is not wasted Get it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also praised this matter of health workers.
PM Modi retweeted Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s tweet on the vaccine, writing, “It is great to see that our health workers and nurses have set an example in reducing vaccine waste.”
PM Modi further wrote, “It is important to reduce the waste of vaccine to strengthen the fight against Kovid-19”.
Good to see our healthcare workers and nurses set an example in reducing vaccine wastage.
Reducing vaccine wastage is important in strengthening the fight against COVID-19. https://t.co/xod0lomGDb
– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 5, 2021
Please tell that the Chief Minister of Kerala had tweeted, “Kerala has received 73,38,806 doses of vaccine from GoI. We have provided 74,26,164 doses, even using extra doses lying idle in each vial. “Our health workers, especially the nurses, have been very influential and deserve to be appreciated.”
Kerala has received 73,38,806 doses of vaccine from GoI. We’ve provided 74,26,164 doses, even making use of the extra dose available as wastage factor in each vial. Our health workers, especially nurses have been super efficient and deserve our wholehearted appreciation!
– Pinarayi Vijayan (@vijayanpinarayi) May 4, 2021