‘Thank You, Manish. We’re Grateful’: Why a Sanitation Worker Became the First Indian to Get Covid Vaccine


    ‘Thank You, Manish. We’re Grateful’: Why a Sanitation Worker Ended Up Being the First Indian to Get Covid Vaccine

    Manish Kumar, a frontline sanitation worker at Delhi AIIMS who got the very first jab versus the deadly coronavirus, risked his life to go into Covid zones with no formal training on infection control. And the nerve of this unrecognized hero was maybe the reason for him to get the very first vaccine shot.

    AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria stated that while he could have quickly been the very first recipient of the vaccine, Kumar’s selection sent a strong message to all frontline warriors that “we are really grateful to you and will never forget your contribution no matter who you are and where you are”.

    ” There are many individuals who have actually belonged to the Covid war, and who are the unrecognized heroes. They have actually worked relentlessly behind the scenes. They are ones truly who have actually entered into the Covid locations with no formal training on infection control. They have actually risked themselves and really often we need to acknowledge them. So, I think this is a tribute to all health care employees,” Dr Guleria, who likewise got the jab on Saturday, informed News18

    On 23 people dying after being administered Pfizer Covid-19, AIIMS director stated, “These are senior people. So we need to see was it associated to the vaccine or did it take place due to the fact that of some other cause. The domino effect relationship needs to be revealed. I do not believe so we have enough data right now to link it to vaccine. However it is something which needs to be taken a look at.

    When asked about moms and dads’ apprehension to send their children to school without the vaccine, the doctor said, “In the next few months, we will have information emerging relating to the security of these vaccines in kids likewise. And after that we can add children too in the list of people who require to be vaccinated.”

    India on Saturday launched the world’s largest vaccination drive against the Covid-19 pandemic, which has claimed more than 1.3 million lives, sunk economies, shuttered organizations and shattered daily life the world over.

    The Prime Minister Narendra Modi-government had approved approval to two vaccines, Covishield and Covaxin, established by the Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech, respectively. In the first stage of the drive, 3 crore individuals will be vaccinated on top priority.


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