“Young and vibrant India leading the way!” Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked in response to Union Health Minister Dr Mansukh Mandaviya’s tweet. This is fantastic news. Let’s keep this momentum going. It is critical to vaccinate and follow all COVID-19-related guidelines.
We shall defeat this epidemic as a team.” Since January 3, when the vaccination push for the age group began, over 50% of youngsters aged 15 to 18 had gotten the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine across the country, according to Mandaviya.
Today is a watershed moment in India’s struggle against COVID-19! More than half of our children aged 15 to 18 have gotten their first dose of COVID-19 vaccination. My Young Friends, you’ve done a fantastic job! People all around India are inspired by your commitment to immunisation. Mandaviya tweeted, “Sabko Vaccine Muft Vaccine.”
“Amazing excitement among young India for COVID-19 vaccination: Since January 3, nearly 3.5 crore youngsters aged 15 to 18 have gotten the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.” “Congratulations to all my young friends who have received vaccinations,” the minister of health said on Twitter.
India has administered over 3.5 crore initial doses of the Covaxin vaccine to youngsters aged 15 to 18. The first phase of the immunisation campaign for this age group is likely to be finished by the end of this month.
Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision on December 25 last year, the government began vaccinating youngsters between the ages of 15 and 18 on January 3, 2022.