‘Bihar to provide free Covid-19 vaccines, even at private hospitals’, says Nitish Kumar

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The minister’s chairman after being vaccinated also urged the people to advance and get vaccinations.

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar receives the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, in Patna on Monday. (ANI Photo)
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar receives the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, in Patna on Monday. (ANI Photo)

On the first day of the second phase of Nationwide Covid-19 vaccination, Head of Bihar Minister Nith Kumar said on Monday that vaccines would be available free of charge in all states, including private hospitals.

“Vaccination will be completely free throughout the country Bihar. The facility will be provided even in private hospitals, it will be facilitated by the state government,” Kumar said after being given the first dose of Coronavirus Vaccine Covishield, Oxford University / Astrazeneca shot was produced in India by Indian Serum Institute in Pune.

The Chairperson of the Bihar Minister took the first Jambuan of the Coronavirus vaccine on his birthday.

The state on Monday began the next phase of the Coronavirus immunization drive by making vaccines available for people over 60 years and people in the 45-59 year old bracket with special co-morbidity.

Kumar was vaccinated at the Igims Hospital in Patna in front of the Minister of Health Mangal Pandey. The minister’s chairman after being vaccinated also urged the people to advance and get vaccinations. He also appealed them not to let their guards down and continue to follow the appropriate behavior of Covid.

Repeating the availability of Covid-19 vaccines for free for everyone in the state, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Bihar Wing said, “Bihar is ready for vaccination of parents and 45+ people who are critically ill. Vaccination costs in private hospitals ₹ 250 will also be borne By the Government of NDA. The world’s largest vaccine encouragement is growing rapidly in this country and the country.

Over the state to the next phase of drive vaccination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also took the first dose of the Coronavirus vaccine throughout the India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi. The Prime Minister took the Covaxin custom vaccine produced by Bharat Biotech.

India on Monday recorded 15,510 new Koronavirus cases. The Caseload Coronavirus active country has reached more than 1.68 lakh.

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