Corona virus vaccine can be sent to Pakistan from India: report
E Delhi. India continues to support neighboring countries in defeating the corona virus (Covid-19 pandemic). India has so far shipped millions of doses of Covid-19 Vaccine to Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Maldives. Indian vaccines are in high demand worldwide. So far, about 92 countries have expressed interest in purchasing vaccines from the Indian government. In such a situation, the question arises as to whether neighboring Pakistan can also get a dose of vaccine from India.
According to media reports, under the First Neighborhood Policy, India is sending Corona vaccine to its neighbors and neighboring countries. Hindi newspaper Dinak Bhaskar has claimed quoting official sources that PM Modi is giving corona vaccine to neighboring countries in the name of humanity. In this case, if Pakistan also asks for the vaccine, there will be no problem in giving it to India. Explain that Pakistan has so far approved the emergency use of two vaccines. These are the Chinese vaccine Sonoform and the Oxford AstraZeneca Cove Shield.
Two ways to get vaccine from India …
According to the English newspaper Indian Express, Pakistan also wants to get Covid-19 vaccine from India. Pakistan has two options for this. The first is that PM Imran Khan’s government, being a neighbor to Prime Minister Modi, may demand the Covid-19 vaccine. (Neighborhood) can give the vaccine to Pakistan under the First Policy while Pakistan has another way to get this vaccine through the World Health Organization. In fact, there is an organization called Kovacs that provides free vaccines to 20% of the population in 190 countries. Pakistan is also a member.