Vaccine sent to Brazil: President of Bolsonaro shared Hanuman Ji's photo, wrote- Thank you India


A consignment of Corona vaccine has been sent to Brazil from India. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is pleased with this contribution of India in the fight against Corona. He thanked India by tweeting the photo of Hanuman Ji. He has also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

According to a news agency, Brazilian President Bolsonaro said that Hello Narendra Modi .... Brazil today feels extremely honored to be a great partner of India in its efforts to overcome the global hurdle. Thank you very much for helping Brazil with a corona vaccine.

In response, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote, "It is an honor to be a reliable partner of Brazil in the fight against pandemic Kovid-19. We will continue to strengthen our cooperation in the healthcare sector. '

Historical Days in India-Brazil Relations

The Indian Ambassador in Brazil said that today is a historic day in India-Brazil relations. Brazil is the first country to receive a consignment of the Kovid vaccine. Prime Minister Modi said that we will provide vaccines to all countries and we will continue to work in that direction. I wish you all the best in your efforts

The coronavirus is still spreading rapidly in Brazil. The number of corona victims in Brazil has crossed 86.97 lakhs, with 2.14 lakh people have lost their lives so far. India's vaccine could prove to be a boon for Brazil.

Explain that India is supplying the Kovid-19 vaccine under contract to Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Brazil, Morocco, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. Two million doses of Oxford AstraZeneca's Kovishield being made by the Serum Institute were flown to Brazil from Mumbai airport on Friday by plane.