New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in a tweet, appealed to the central government to make Corona vaccine free to all. Earlier, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain during the meeting of the Union Health Minister and the Health Ministers of the States on Thursday had demanded the Union Health Minister that Corona vaccine be given free to Delhi and all the states of the country.
Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “Coronavirus is the biggest epidemic of the century. It is very important to protect your people from this. I request the Central Government that the Coronavirus vaccine should be provided free of cost to all the citizens. The expenditure on this will be helpful in saving the lives of many Indians. ”
करोना सदी की सबसे बड़ी महामारी है। अपने लोगों को इस से सुरक्षित करना बेहद ज़रूरी है।
मेरा केंद्र सरकार से निवेदन है कि करोना की वैक्सीन सभी देशवासियों को मुफ़्त लगवायी जाए। इस पर होने वाला खर्च ढेरों भारतीयों की जान बचाने में सहायक होगा।
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) January 9, 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states of the country on Monday. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will also take part in this meeting. It is possible that Kejriwal will raise the issue of getting free vaccines across the country in a meeting with the Prime Minister. This meeting called for the discussion over the Coronavirus vaccine will be held at 4 pm on Monday.
Harsh Vardhan said Covid Vaccine to be available in the next few days
Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan had given a big statement about Corona’s vaccine. Harsh Vardhan said that in the ‘next few days’ vaccines will be available for ‘our countrymen’. With this, he said that the government has decided that all information about the vaccination program will be made available from the national level to the grassroots. The Health Minister, who visited the hospital in Chennai to take stock of the vaccine’s dry run, said that the vaccine would be given first to the health workers and then to the other front line workers.
The Health Minister said, “In a short time, India has done a very good job in manufacturing the vaccine. In the coming few days, we will be able to give this vaccine to our countrymen. It will be given first to the healthcare workers and then to the front line workers. Millions of health workers have been trained to provide vaccines during the dry run, this process is still going on. ”