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Covid-19 vaccines do not belong to any political party, but to humanity: Omar Abdullah | India News


SRINAGAR: Covid-19 vaccines do not belong to any political party, but to humanity, National Conference leader Omar Abdullah said on Saturday, hours after Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav rated vaccines against it. coronavirus to be launched in the country as a “BJP vaccine.” . On Twitter, the former Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir said: “I don’t know of anyone else, but when my turn comes I will happily roll up my sleeves and get the Covid vaccine.”
The more people are vaccinated, the better it will be for the country and the economy, said the vice president of the National Conference (NC).
“No vaccine belongs to any political party, they belong to humanity and the sooner we vaccinate vulnerable people, the better,” he tweeted.
While speaking to reporters in Lucknow, Yadav said: “How can I trust the vaccine, which will be used for vaccination by the BJP? We cannot get vaccinated with the BJP vaccine.”
On Saturday, an expert panel from India’s central medicine authority recommended granting permission for the emergency restricted use of the locally developed Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin with certain conditions, one day after giving similar instructions for the Oxford Covid vaccine. -19.
The Central Drug Control Organization (CDSCO) Subject Matter Expert Committee (SEC) on Covid-19 recommended on Friday granting permission for the restricted emergency use of the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covishield vaccine, which is being manufactured by the Serum Institute of India.
The North Carolina leader also tweeted that this “virus has been too disturbing and if a vaccine helps achieve a semblance of normalcy after all the chaos, then I am signing up.”

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