Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting three laboratories of the country on Saturday to take stock of the vaccine being made in India against the corona virus. He first reached Ahmedabad. Where he reviewed the company’s vaccine for one and a half hours at the plant of Zydus Cadila. The Prime Minister then arrived in Hyderabad, where he reviewed the development of the vaccine at Bharat Biotech’s plant. After this, the Prime Minister will visit the Serum Institute in Pune. The Prime Minister will talk to researchers and scientists here. Along with this, we will also take stock of the progress made in the vaccine. Read updates related to it here
After Hyderabad, PM Modi will leave for Pune
After spending about an hour at Bharat Biotech’s plant, Modi will leave for Pune where he will visit the Serum Institute of India (SII), which has partnered with global pharmaceutical manufacturer AstraZeneca and Oxford University for the Kovid-19 vaccine. The official said that the Prime Minister will reach the SII campus around 4:30 pm and stay here for about an hour. He told that Modi will leave for Delhi in the evening.
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Prime Minister congratulates scientists of Bharat Biotech
At the India Biotech Center in Hyderabad, inquired about their indigenous Kovid-19 vaccine. Congratulated the scientists for the progress of the trial so far. His team is working closely with ICMR to make quick progress.
PM Modi arrives at Bharat Biotech plant
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Bharat Biotech’s plant in Hyderabad. Here they will review the development of the vaccine.