WHO praises PM Modi: Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyes tweeted, “Namaste India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi… As you mentioned, each of us has a role in stopping the infection of Kovid-19 and we should take care of our health as well . Congratulations on World Health Day. ”
Geneva. World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyes praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s message on World Health Day, in which he mentioned the precautions to be taken to prevent the spread of the Kovid-19 epidemic. Have done. On the occasion of World Health Day, Prime Minister Modi reiterated the country’s commitment to support research and innovation in the health sector. The Prime Minister also appealed to the people to strengthen their immunity and keep themselves fit.
World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros tweeted Modi’s message on the occasion of World Health Day. Tedros tweeted, “Namaste India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi… As you mentioned, each of us has a role in stopping the infection of Kovid-19 and we should take care of our health as well. Congratulations on World Health Day. ”
India’s role on a global scale in times of pandemic – On the other hand, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Wednesday that India and the global community have shown that effective partnership with special emphasis on reaching out to the poor, from public risk dialogue to ensuring rapid availability of non-coveted essential health services and vaccines. Helps to remove availability bottlenecks.
Addressing the WHO East Asia Regional Office on World Health Day, Harshvardhan said that India’s response to Kovid-19 and its role in enhancing global cooperation in this unprecedented period exemplifies this initiative.
He said, “We have worked closely with the world fraternity in the campaign against this epidemic.” The Kovid-19 vaccines being made in India were shared with more than 80 countries as part of its Vaccine Friendship initiative, an important step towards resolving disparities in vaccine distribution in the world. ”
Referring to India’s ancient philosophy of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’, he said that India believes in it and “it reflects in our actions”.