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WHO thanks India and PM Modi for sharing the Covid-19 vaccine worldwide

WebdeskFeb 26, 2021, 05:01 AM IST

WHO thanks India and PM Modi for sharing the Covid-19 vaccine worldwide

Director-General of World Health Organisation Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus has thanked India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for supporting Vaccine Equity. He said, India's commitment to COVAX and sharing of COVID-19 vaccine doses with other countries, is helping over 60 countries worldwide.   Dr. Tedros underlined that this act of Vaccine Equity by India has helped the recipient countries to start a vaccination programme for their health workers and other priority groups. He wished other countries as well to follow India's example. On Thursday, WHO's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus took to Twitter to say: Thanks India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for supporting #VaccinEquity. Your commitment to #COVAX and sharing #COVID19 vaccine doses is helping 60+ countries start vaccinating their #healthworkers and other priority groups. I hope other countries will follow your example.

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