World Health Organisation (WHO) director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Saturday thanked India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “continued support” in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking to Twitter, the WHO chief said, “Thank you #India and Prime Minister @narendramodi for your continued support to the global #COVID19 response. Only if we #ACTogether, including sharing of knowledge, can we stop this virus and save lives and livelihoods.”
“We applaud India’s role in global health, sharing millions of doses of COVID19 vaccine in South Asia. India’s free shipments of vaccines began with Maldives, Bhutan, Bangladesh & Nepal & will extend to others. India’s a true friend using its pharma to help the global community,” the South and Central Asia Bureau of the US State Department tweeted on Friday (22 January).
Made in India for the World! India begins COVID-19 vaccines supply under the Vaccine Maitri initiative and grant assistance has been approved. #IndiaFightsCorona#LargestVaccineDrive@PIB_India@MIB_India@PMOIndia@MoHFW_INDIA