WHO Chief thanks India, PM Narendra Modi for continued support in fight against COVID-19

WHO Chief, Narendra Modi
File image of WHO Chief and Indian PM Narendra Modi
WHO Chief, Narendra Modi
File image of WHO Chief and Indian PM Narendra Modi

World Health Organization (WHO) chief general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Saturday expressed gratitude toward India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “continued support” in the battle against the Covid pandemic.

Taking to Twitter, the WHO chief said, “Thank you #India and Prime Minister @narendramodi for your continued support to the global #COVID19 response. Only if we #ACTogether, including sharing of knowledge, can we stop this virus and save lives and livelihoods.”

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus’ tweet comes hours after a similar tweet by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro today, who took to the micro-blogging to a blog website to express gratitude toward India for the Covid-19 vaccines.

“Namaskar, Prime Minister @narendramodi Brazil feels regarded to have an extraordinary accomplice to defeat a worldwide deterrent by joining endeavors. Much obliged to you for helping us with the vaccines exports from India to Brazil. Dhanyavaad!” tweeted Bolsonaro.

The Brazilian President likewise tweeted an image of Lord Hanuman conveying an antibody from India to Brazil.

Brazil has gotten 2 million dosages of Covid-19 vaccine from India.

PM Modi had before said that India’s vaccine production and conveyance limit would be utilized to assist all mankind in battling the Covid-19 pandemic.

India, one of the world’s greatest drugmakers, has started business fares and sent 2,000,000 portions of Covishield, created by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, to Brazil.

The nation has additionally attempted authoritative supplies of Covid-19 vaccines to Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Brazil, Morocco, Bangladesh and Myanmar, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in the public capital on Friday.



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