New Delhi: So far 110 countries have agreed to mutually recognise covid vaccination certificates with India. Where it has been revealed that the Central Government is in touch with the rest of the countries to recognise the beneficiaries of the world's largest covid vaccination programme, making travel easier for education, business and tourism purposes. It is also being said that at present 110 countries have agreed to mutual recognition of vaccination certificates.
As per the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, there are some countries that have been compromised with India to mutually recognize the certificates of vaccination issued by nationally recognized or WHO recognized vaccines. Similarly, there are countries that do not have such an agreement with India at present, but they exempt Indian citizens who have got vaccinated from vaccines recognized at the national level or recognized by the WHO.
AstraZeneca's anti-covid vaccine is being produced and distributed in India under the brand name Covishield. In India, Covishield is being widely used in the vaccination campaign released on January 16. This month, WHO has placed the vaccine manufactured by Bharat Biotech in the 'Emergency Use Listing.' So far, 7,56,25,17,308 people have taken the anti-covid vaccine in all countries of the world. While it has been found that the Covid-19 infection from China in 2019 has so far infected 25,49,18,475 people around the world. As a result, 51,22,823 infected people have also lost their lives.