The coronovirus vaccine – one of the world’s most sought after commodities has become a new currency for international diplomacy. With India taking a ‘big hand’ over its competitor China. With an unmatched vaccine manufacturing power, It is giving millions of doses to its neighbors, friendly and dignified people.
At the same time, neighboring countries such as Nepal and Sri Lanka in South Asia have received significant amounts of shots. While around 40 countries have benefited from India’s goodwill intentions. However, It is not in the mood to slow down and will offer a dose to 34 more countries. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar informed IANS during an exclusive talk. He said that about 34 countries are in the line to get Kovid vaccines from India within a few days.
India has given vaccines to 40 countries –
Jaishankar told IANS, we have provided vaccines to about 40 countries and about 34 are in the queue to receive them. We have finalized the list of people receiving the vaccine within the next few days. He said that vaccination of India along with its people comes as a moral responsibility for India. For which ‘the whole world trusts the country’. Jaishankar said, being the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, it is but natural that India will not only vaccinate its population, but will also expand it to other parts of the world.
When asked about the countries that would benefit further, he say that they are scattered around the world. This includes our neighboring countries, South Asian nations, Gulf region countries, small islands near Australia and South American countries, Jaishankar told IANS. So I would say that we are reaching countries all over the world.
Vaccine manufacturing in India –
It is also a part of the World Health Organization facility. In which 81 other lower and middle income countries along with the country will also receive vaccines. One such dispatch was made on 26 February. When approximately 6,00,000 doses of covicield were shipped from the Pune factory of the Serum Institute of India in Ghana, which is manufacturing it in India.