Indian vaccine will be shared with all the countries: Modi

Prime Minister of India, Narendhra Modi, photo: Google

New Delhi, India – Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has said that the Covid-19 vaccine formulated by India will be shared with all countries.

Speaking at the General Assembly of United Nations (UN), Modi said that India is a country with the potential to produce the most number of vaccines and this vaccine will prove to be of help to all the counties in their fight against Covid-19.

Modi further said that the vaccine to be produced in India is in its third phase of testing and that as soon as it is ready, the vaccine will be shared with other countries as well. Im addition to this he said that India will aid other countries to increase their capacity of producing the vaccine as well.

It was revealed by Modi some time during last month that India is on the verge of producing a vaccine for Covid-19. In addition to India, other countries are also doing their maximum to find a vaccine for this disease.

India is the country with the second most number of positive cases which amount to a total of 5.9 million people. More than 93,000 people have also died from the coronavirus in India.