“Little More Sleep”: Natasha Poonawalla’s Birthday Wish For Husband Adar


    “Little More Sleep”: Natasha Poonawalla’s Birthday Dream For Partner Adar

    'Little More Sleep': Natasha Poonawalla's Birthday Wish For Husband Adar

    Adar Poonawalla is seen cutting a cake in the image

    New Delhi:

    Serum Institute of India’s executive director Natasha Poonawalla had lastly a day to commemorate after months of tough work on her partner Adar’s birthday. Adar Poonawalla, the CEO of Serum Institute celebrated his 40 th birthday today with his family, glimpses of which were shared by his other half Natasha on Instagram.

    The “ruthless effort”, Ms Poonawalla describes in her post, is the manufacturing of the coronavirus vaccine Covishield at the Serum Institute for lots of months.

    The couple’s kids and other loved ones were present at the party. Mr Poonawalla is seen cutting a cake in the picture.

    ” Pleased birthday to this powerhouse, and my rock Adar Poonawalla, taking a minute to celebrate, after what’s been a tough couple of months of sleep deprived nights and unrelenting effort. Here’s to numerous more milestones, and hopefully a little more sleep,” Ms Poonawalla’s birthday long for her partner read.

    Star Sonam Kapoor also wanted Mr Poonawalla on his birthday by calling him “the guy who will save the world,” in an Instagram post.


    The Covishield vaccine rolled out on Tuesday from SII’s Pune center. 56.5 lakh doses of Covishield, India’s first coronavirus vaccine, has been sent out to numerous cities including Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Lucknow, Kolkata, Guwahati and Patna.

    Adar Poonawalla had actually tweeted it was an “psychological moment” for the entire team at SII after the first delivery rolled out.

    The government prepares to purchase an overall of 5.60 crore dosages of Covishield vaccine by April 2021, at Rs 200 per dose. While 1.10 crore dosages of the vaccine were acquired on Monday, there is a “dedication” to acquire another 4.50 crore dosages by April 2021.

    India starts the very first stage of a mass vaccination – claimed as the biggest on the planet – on Saturday, with around 30 crore people, including three crore frontline employees, to be inoculated.

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