'Corona Warriors' should be given first dose as soon as vaccine is made: Union Minister Ashwini Choubey

New Delhi: Union Minister of State for Health Ashwini Choubey has said in a big statement that scientists are trying hard to make the corona virus vaccine and if their efforts are successful, then this vaccine will be applied to the corona warriors first. Union Minister Ashwani Choubey, while speaking to the media after Independence Day celebrations in the Red Fort on Saturday, praised the National Digital Health Mission launched by PM Narendra Modi in his address to the country.

Union Minister Choubey said, "It is a historic day for the country's health sector." On the auspicious occasion of our Independence Day, our PM has announced this mission. This will bring a massive change in our health sector. " PM Modi has announced the ambitious National Digital Health Mission on Saturday. Under which every Indian will get a health identity card which will simplify the availability of health services.

PM Modi has also announced that once the scientists have approved the vaccine of Kovid-19, the country has planned to produce them on a large scale. The Union Minister of State for Health said, “Our scientists are working hard on this. Trials of three vaccines against the corona virus are in various stages. And if we succeed in making the vaccine, it will be first introduced to our Corona warriors. "

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