In addition to Congress, several political parties, including AAM AAM ADMI (AAP), have in the past few days urged for universal vaccinations in India, instead of certain age criteria, given the surge in Covid-19 cases.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday supported the vaccine against Coronavirus (Covid-19) for all and said that “everyone has the right to a safe life”. From the official Twitter account, Gandhi also distributed videos as part of Congress Campaign ‘#SpEupforvaccineshaling on social media and urged residents to protect themselves from viruses by making themselves and everyone is aware of the appropriate vaccine.
“This country needs a Corona vaccine. You all also have to raise your voice for it. Everyone has the right to a safe life,” he said in a tweet in Hindi.
Video 75 seconds highlights that this country faces a crisis on the Coronavirus pandemic, with everyday nails in the lakh case. Although there are adequate vaccines, the central government has “failed” to control the pandemic, the Congress campaign accuses, adding that there is a lack of vaccines, drugs, and injections “in various parts of the country.
Congress accused that there were several vaccination centers in India where there were no vaccines for the past few days and though despite this fact, India exported vaccines abroad without regard to their own citizens. Congress demanded that the central government provide a fixed timeline to ensure “vaccines for all” in India, and impose a temporary ban on the export of Covid-19 shots.
In addition to the Congress, several political parties, including AAM AAM ADMI (AAP), have in the last few days urged for universal vaccinations, instead of specific age criteria, given the surge in Covid-19 cases. India on Monday reported 1,68,912 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, encourage the calculation of state infections of up to 1,35,27,717. According to the Ministry of Health Union, 904 Covid’s related deaths were reported in this country in the past 24 hours, the increase in deaths was killed by 1,70,179. The number of active 19 Covid cases in India stands at 12.01.009.
Meanwhile, from April 2,
the government began to vaccinate all people over 45 years as part of the call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for ‘Tika Utsaav’ for four days. India started a vaccination drive on January 16 with priority given to all health care workers and front lines in the first phase. The second phase began on March 1 where the dose was given to people over the age of 60 and those aged between 45 and 59 years with specific comorbidity.