New Delhi: BJP chief J.P. Nadda on Wednesday visited the vaccination center here and took stock of the free booster dose vaccination drive started by the government to strengthen India’s fight against the Corona pandemic.
He also interacted with the health and medical staff present at the vaccination center. Nadda was accompanied by BJP National General Secretary Arun Singh, the party’s Delhi unit President Adesh Gupta, the party’s national media head and MP Anil Baluni, and the national media deputy head Dr. Sanjay Mayukh along with several party leaders and workers.
The BJP chief also interacted with people who had come to get their booster doses and inquired about various facilities available at the vaccination center. He appealed to all citizens across the country to come forward and make this booster vaccination drive a massive success, and strengthen India’s fight against the Coronavirus.
Extending greetings to all the doctors, medical staff and paramedical staff for their great efforts, Nadda said, “The whole nation is indebted to you for your service to humanity during the past two years where they have served the people without caring for their own health and well-being. It is due to your hard work and dedication that India has battled Coronavirus so valiantly and successfully. We will never forget your sacrifices.”
Talking about 200 crore vaccine doses administered in the country, Nadda said, “On July 17 India crossed the historic 200 crore Covid vaccination mark. It is a big achievement for our country. Earlier we had to wait for years and decades to get vaccines of various diseases in India, be it the vaccine of polio, tetanus, Japanese encephalitis or some other disease. It took several years for vaccines of these diseases to come to India.”
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