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‘If you’re fit for the vaccine, get it as soon as possible,’ says PM Modi as he receives his second dose of Covaxin at AIIMS in Delhi.

PM Modi got his second dose of coronavirus vaccine on Thursday at Delhi’s prestigious All India Institutes of Medical Sciences.

PM Modi has received Covaxin, an Indian vaccine produced by Bharat Biotech in Hyderabad.

“Today, I received my second dose of COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS. Vaccination is one of the few options we have for combating the virus “He tweeted a photo of himself getting the injection.

PM Modi encouraged anyone who is willing to get vaccinated to do so. “If you qualify for the vaccine, get it as soon as possible,” he advised.

The PM also provided a link to the Cowin website, which serves as a registration portal for the vaccine. PM Modi tweeted, “Register on http://CoWin.gov.in.”

Today, I received my second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS.

Vaccination is one of the few options we have for combating the virus.

If you are registered for the vaccine, you can have it as soon as possible.

Register on https://t.co/hXdLpmaYSP.

pic.twitter.com/XZzv6ULdan

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi)

P Niveda from Puducherry and Nisha Sharma from Punjab were the two nurses who gave PM Modi the Covid-19 vaccine on Thursday.

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P Niveda was also present when the first dose was given to him.

PM Modi receives his second dose of the Covid vaccine.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi received his second dose of #COVID19 vaccine today at AIIMS Delhi.

PM Modi received the first dose of Bharat Biotech’s COVAXIN on March 1. pic.twitter.com/w4f91EMywT

— ANI (@ANI)

PM Modi received his first dose of Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin on 1 March. The Prime Minister was the first beneficiary on 1 March as the second phase of nationwide vaccination against Covid-19 began.

Covid vaccination drive in India

In response to a new wave of Covid-19 in the region, the Centre began allowing shots to be administered at workplaces with about 100 qualified beneficiaries on April 11. Vaccination is currently only available to those over the age of 45.

According to the Union Health Ministry, India has surpassed the United States as the world’s fastest Covid-19 vaccine vaccinating nation, with an average daily rate of 30,93,861 vaccine doses.

According to the health ministry, over 8.83 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses have been administered in India so far.

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