India playing role of pharmacy: How PM Modi highlighted country’s contribution in fight against COVID-19

Prime News, International (Rome), Oct 31:- India is preparing to produce more than 5 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses for the world next year to fight against the pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the first session of the G-20 Summit in Rome on Saturday. Speaking at the first session on the global economy and global health, PM Modi said, “India has always been serious about its global obligations. Today, on this G-20 platform, I want to tell you all that India is preparing to produce more than 5 billion vaccine doses for the world next year.”

In his address, the prime minister spoke about the recognition of Indian COVID-19 vaccine certificates.

“This commitment of India will go a long way in preventing the global infection of COVID-19. Therefore, it is necessary that Indian vaccines be recognised by WHO at the earliest,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said.

The prime minister also stressed on ‘One Earth, One Health’ vision of a collaborative approach in dealing with the COVID-19. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).

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