India's two vaccines are being exported to 14 countries: Amit Shah

New Delhi: The country is still fighting a battle with Corona. In such a situation, the vaccination campaign is going on across the country at this time and India has also helped by sending vaccines to many countries. In the same sequence, Union Home Minister Amit Shah recently said, "India is ready to meet 70 per cent of the world's coronavirus vaccine needs and India's two vaccines are being exported to 14 countries." Actually, all these things Amit Shah has said on Sunday.

He attended the inauguration ceremony of a private medical college last Sunday. Addressing the ceremony, he said, "The big difference in the fight against covid-19 was that the central government, state governments, doctors, health workers and 130 crore people together handled the situation in India." Along with this he also said, 'Our covid-19 mortality rate is low and recovery rate is the best'. Further in his address, the Union Home Minister said, "India is ready to meet the needs of 70 per cent of the world's coronavirus vaccine and two vaccines are being exported to 14 countries. Two vaccines have been produced in the country so far and Four are in the pipeline.''

Looking at the further report of a well-known website, the world's largest vaccination program has started in India. Amit Shah also says, 'During the epidemic, India's treatment line has been followed by 170 countries of the world. PM Narendra Modi prepared the country and the people to handle the situation of coronavirus.' Apart from this, Amit Shah said a lot in his address and gave information about the coronavirus vaccine.

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