Mann Ki Baat : Narendra Modi encourage people to takes Covid-19 vaccine shot

Mann Ki Baat : Narendra Modi encourage people to  takes Covid-19 vaccine shot

A man in Madhya Pradesh's Betul got himself and his entire family vaccinated against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) after being encouraged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rajesh Hirave, from Dulariya village in Betul district, was one among the people the Prime Minister spoke to during his Mann Ki Baat address and urged to shun vaccine hesitancy.

The chat between PM Modi and Hirave was pre-recorded and aired on Sunday as a part of Mann Ki Baat programme.

Forty-three-year-old Hirave told PM Modi that dangerous information is being spread about the vaccines being administered within the country. Hirave said he has received messages on WhatsApp claiming that folks are dying after being vaccinated. But the Prime Minister said this information is fake . PM Modi gave his own example and urged Hirave to require an attempt of the vaccine which he said is that the only thanks to stop the infection from spreading.

"After lecture the prime minister on Friday, I along side my relations got the vaccine shot for prevention from the coronavirus infection on Saturday," Hirave told press agency PTI.

After bring prodded by the Prime Minister, Hirave also encouraged people in his village to require the vaccine shot. He claimed that 127 people from his village got vaccinated.

PM Modi also interacted with Kishorilal Dhurve, who lives in Hirave's village. The Prime Minister said that his nearly 100-year-old mother has also taken both the doses of Covid-19 vaccine, and asked him to trust science.

"The threat of Covid-19 remains and that we need to specialise in vaccination also as follow Covid-19 protocols," PM Modi said.

India launched the nationwide vaccination programme against Covid-19 on January 16 this year and till now, has inoculated quite 320 million people.

India, meanwhile, recorded 50,040 new cases of Covid-19 on Sunday, consistent with Union health ministry data, which took the nationwide tally to 35.51 million. The Covid-19 price rose by 1,258, including 511 deaths reported from Maharashtra, the health ministry data showed.


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