PM Modi took second dose of Corona vaccine after 38 days


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also got the second dose of Corona vaccine. He went to the Delhi-based All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and administered the second dose of the vaccine. The PM had also administered the first dose of vaccine at AIIMS 38 days ago. According to the rule, he turned to AIIMS today for the second dose as well. On 1 March, the Prime Minister had vaccinated against the Kovid-19 epidemic at the beginning of the third phase of the vaccination campaign. He reached AIIMS early in the morning of March 1 and got vaccinated. AIIMS has been awarded a dose of Covax Vaccine Covax (Covax), developed by the joint efforts of the Indian Council of Research Research (ICMR) and Bharat Biotech. PM Modi has also received his second dose of Kovacs today.

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Research has found that the application of two doses of the corona vaccine at a certain interval increases the immunity against the virus to a reasonable level within the human being. Therefore, two doses of the different types of corona vaccine developed worldwide can be taken. Have been.

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According to the rules, any person has to take another dose of the vaccine of the same brand. It is not possible that the first dose is taken from one brand and the second dose is taken from another brand. This is the reason why Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also introduced first and second dose of Indian Corona Vaccine Kovacs.

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