Along with this, Joe Biden administration of US has praised India for supplying Kovid-19 vaccine to many countries in South Asia and described India as ‘a true friend’ who can help the global community in their pharmaceutical sector. is using.
After KoviShield dipped to Brazil, Zaire Bolsonaro tweeted that hello Prime Minister Narendra Modi! Brazil is honored to be a great partner to face global disaster. Thank you for helping us send vaccines from India to Brazil. He also expressed respect for India by writing a thank you in Hindi. The Brazilian President has used a picture in his tweet which shows Lord Hanuman carrying Sanjeevani.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tweeted and thanked India.
America also congratulated
Also tweeted by the US State Department’s Bureau of South and Central Asia Affairs, ‘We appreciate India’s role in global health that has shared millions of doses of Kovid-19 vaccines in South Asia. The supply of free vaccine consignments from India began with Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal and will extend to others as well. India is a true friend who is using her pharmaceutical sector to help the global community.
India has sent the Kovid-19 vaccine to Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Maldives as a grant-in-aid under its ‘neighbor first’ policy. India has already started a large-scale corona virus vaccination campaign, under which two vaccines – Kovishield and Kovaxin – are being given to personnel on the front.
We applaud India’s role in global health, sharing millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine in South Asia. India’s free shipments of vaccine began w / Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh & Nepal & will extend to others. India’s a true friend using its pharma to help the global community.
– State_SCA (@State_SCA) January 22, 2021
India has sent 150,000 doses of Kovishield vaccines to Bhutan and 100,000 doses to the Maldives, while Bangladesh has been sent more than 2 million doses of Kovid-19 vaccines and 10 lakh doses to Nepal.
Along with this, two planes carrying 20–20 lakh doses of Kovishield left from Mumbai airport on Friday morning for Brazil and Morocco. India is among the largest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the world and many countries have approached it to buy the corona virus vaccine.
According to CSMIA, ‘One aircraft carrying 20 lakh doses of Kovishield vaccine prepared by Serum Institute of India left for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) to Brazil and another 20 million dose to Morocco.