NEW YORK: Two lakh ‘dose’ corona vaccines, announced by the Indian government as gifts to the UN peacekeeping team, are being shipped today. Covshield and Kovacin vaccines are manufactured in our country and distributed to many countries.
So far, the Indian government has provided six crore doses of corona vaccine to 70 countries. Foreign Minister Jaishankar recently announced that he would gift two lakh doses of the vaccine to the UN peacekeeping team.
For these, the Government of India today sends two lakh doses of Govshield vaccines. The vaccinated Qatar Airways flight departs today from Mumbai airport in Maharashtra and arrives in Copenhagen, the capital of the European country of Denmark. There, it is to be kept safe and then sent to the Peace Corps. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has thanked the Government of India for its assistance.
The US MP has praised the Indian government’s efforts to provide corona vaccine to various African countries. Has provided. This act shows the strong confidence that India has in humanity, he said.