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PM Modi To Get Vaccinated For COVID-19 In 2nd Phase Of Vaccination Drive: Reports

Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will get vaccinated for COVID-19 in the second phase of vaccination drive, as per reports. Chief Ministers will also be vaccinated for coronavirus in the second phase, reports added.

In the first phase of the world’s largest vaccination drive, rolled out on January 16, health care workers were vaccinated across states and Union Territories.

Phase two will involve people over 50 years of age and those under 50 with serious health complications who are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 disease on priority.

According to the details available to us, politicians will also join the second phase and PM Modi may be the first to work in that phase.

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This will be an important event as PM himself will be inspired to take the shot so far in the country and hesitantly take COVID-19 vaccine among others.

It has been observed that one of the vaccines (covaxin) is soon approved before the completion of Phase 3 trials and there is a hesitation in people to release, wait and see efficacy data. COVID-19 vaccination campaign.

Government officials are assuring one by one that both vaccines are safe and effective. He has asked people to hesitate and take vaccines to deal with the coronavirus epidemic.

It may also be noted here that the PM who took the vaccine at the beginning of the second phase has nothing to do with the government’s efforts to end this hesitancy as politicians were scheduled, as per the government’s plan, to take the vaccine in this phase.

Government sources have clarified that PM will be among the first to participate as employed in the second phase of coronavirus vaccination, not because the vaccination campaign testifies.

It may be noted that many opposition politicians have demanded that the PM should take steps to end the hesitation in the country.

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