Covid-19: India became the messiah for the whole world during the Corona period, know how our country helped everyone

India Help More Than 150 Countries During Covid-19: India has set an example in the whole world during the Corona period. India did something during this time that many countries are also seeing it as the messiah of help. Actually, India helped 150 countries during the Corona crisis.

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Friday (March 10) that India sent medicines to 150 countries during the Kovid crisis without increasing the prices and without compromising on the quality of medicines. He said this during the inauguration of the International Seminar on Health Technology Assessment in Delhi on Friday.

India meets 65% of the world’s vaccine requirement

The Union Health Minister said, ‘India offered vaccines, medical equipment and medicines to more than 150 countries during the Kovid crisis. Apart from this, India also helped other countries in many other ways. Mandaviya said that India meets 65% of the world’s vaccine requirement.

We provide the cheapest medicine

He said, “Today, if there is any country in the world which is providing cheap medicines, then it is India.” At the same time, Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman Harivansh further said that India took a special initiative of “Vaccine Maitri” to supply COVID-19 Made-in-India vaccines to various countries around the world. Under this initiative, till the first week of December 2022, India has supplied more than 282 million vaccine doses of COVID-19 to 101 countries and two UN entities.

Several efforts were also made to stop the spread of the virus.

“Since the outbreak of the COVID pandemic in India, we followed a ‘whole of government’ and ‘whole of society approach’. We took several measures to contain the spread of the virus, addressed major gaps in the availability of life-saving healthcare Worked to promote livelihood and restore normalcy in areas like education and employment.

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