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VIDEO- Modi gets Bharat Biotech COVAXIN's first dose in AIIMS

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached AIIMS on Monday and took the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine when vaccination was started for people above 60 years in the country.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday took the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here and appealed to all those who are eligible for the second phase of vaccination campaign.

According to sources, Sister P Niveda, who hails from Puducherry, applied Modi's first dose of Bharat Biotech's Kovaxine vaccine.

He tweeted, "I took the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine at AIIMS. Our doctors and scientists have done extraordinary work in a short span of time in the global fight against Kovid-19. "I appeal to all those eligible to get the Corona virus vaccine." Together we will make India free from Kovid-19. "

As part of the second phase vaccination campaign, from March 1, senior citizens and people over the age of 45 suffering from serious illnesses will be vaccinated.

For vaccination, people will be able to register themselves on other IT applications such as Covein Two-Point Zero Portal or Arogya Setu.

Along with the tweet, the Prime Minister also shared a picture of him getting vaccinated, in which he is seen wearing an Assamese skull and smiling. It is considered a symbol of blessings of the women of Gamcha, Assam. Prime Minister Modi has been seen wearing it on several occasions. Apart from Sister Niveda, another nurse from Kerala Rosamma Anil is also seen in this picture with her.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi vaccinated the corona vaccine at 6.25 minutes. He was kept under observation for half an hour. After this, Prime Minister Modi returned to his 7 Lok Kalyan Marg from AIIMS at seven in the morning.

According to sources, during the Prime Minister's arrival at AIIMS, no road was closed nor traffic was stopped. People did not get into trouble, so they chose morning hours for vaccines