The Tibetian religious chief Dalai Lama stepped out for the primary time in a yr for his first COVID-19 vaccination. He obtained the primary dose of the anti-coronavirus vaccine at Zonal Hospital in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamshala on Saturday morning.
In an official tweet, the Dalai Lama’s workplace thanked the Authorities of India and the Himachal Pradesh dispensation for facilitating the primary dose of the vaccine for the religious chief. Dalai Lama was administered the vaccination within the morning to keep away from safety considerations. After getting inoculated, he urged folks to return ahead in massive numbers and get themselves vaccinated for the higher profit. In a video message, Dalai Lama mentioned that, “in an effort to stop the very major problem, this injection may be very useful. Everybody ought to get this injection”.
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Earlier, the Himachal Pradesh CMO knowledgeable that the Central Tibetan Administration (the Tibetan authorities in exile) has requested to vaccinate the Dalai Lama and different Tibetans within the state. He mentioned that the choice is below course of and it will be taken quickly. The request to vaccinate the 14th Dalai Lama, who has been below home-quarantine, was obtained by the state’s CMO two months in the past. Himachal Pradesh CMO mentioned that the matter was below dialogue and later Dalai Lama was vaccinated on 6 March 2021.
India started the world’s largest vaccination drive by inoculating these above 60 yrs of age & these above 45 yrs with co-morbidities other than Frontline staff. Prime Minister Narendra Modi took his first dose of vaccination on 1st March, 2021. Later, a number of Authorities officers took the vaccination jab. Not too long ago, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal introduced free vaccination for Delhi residents after getting his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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