The US Biden administration praised India for providing the Kovid-19 vaccine. The United States has described India as “a true friend”. They said India was using its pharmaceutical sector to help the global community. Did. India sent the Kovid-19 vaccine as a subsidy under its “neighbor first” policy.
US administration Joe Biden praised India for providing Kovid-19 vaccines to many countries in Southeast Asia and described India as “a true friend” who uses its pharmaceutical industry to help the global community . Did.
“We appreciate India’s role in global health which has shared millions of doses of Kovid-19 vaccine in South Asia,” tweeted the South and Central Asian Affairs Office of the Department of US state. The provision of free vaccine shipments from India has started with the Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal and will expand to others as well. India is a true friend who uses its pharmaceutical industry to help the global community. ”
India sent the Kovid-19 vaccine to Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and the Maldives as a grant under its “neighbor first” policy. India has already launched a massive corona virus vaccination campaign, in which two vaccines – Kovishield and Kovaxin – are administered to frontline personnel. India has sent 150,000 doses of Kovishield vaccine to Bhutan and 100,000 doses to Maldives, while Bangladesh has received over 2 million doses of Kovid-19 vaccine and 10 lakh doses to Nepal.