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India celebrates 100 crore vaccination milestone

India celebrates 100 crore vaccination milestone

India crossed the historic 100 crore vaccination mark yesterday, i.e. on October 21, 2021. India achieved this incredible feat within 278 days. To mark the remarkable milestone, the government planned huge celebrations across the country.

Yesterday, 100 monuments were illuminated in tricolour. These include many UNESCO world heritage sites like Red Fort, Qutub Minar in Delhi, Konark temple in Odisha, and many more historic monuments.

Besides, the largest Khadi tricolour has been displayed at the Red Fort. It weighs approximately 1,400 kg. The government also launched an audio-visual film at the Red Fort. The government made arrangements to celebrate the occasion at all central government hospitals. In addition to that, announcements were made on planes, ships etc., and at railway stations.

SpiceJet unveiled a special livery at the Delhi airport. The special livery includes an image of PM Narendra Modi and healthcare workers.

The Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare Dr Mansukh Mandaviya and CMD of SpiceJet Ajay Singh joined the event. CMD Ajay Singh congratulated the government on the successful completion of 100-crore vaccination doses.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation today on this occasion. He said that India achieved this milestone through scientific methods. It is not a number but is a new chapter in history. It shows that India can achieve its aims successfully. India’s vaccination drive is a good example of that.

PM Modi recognized the efforts of healthcare workers and expressed gratitude for their contribution to achieving this historic milestone.

Modi praised the collective efforts of doctors, nurses, citizens, and all those involved in this.

He also advised people to continue wearing facemasks as the battle against COVID-19 is still live. He urged people to buy indigenous products to make the country stronger.

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