Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Receives First Dose Of Coronavirus Vaccine

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Receives First Dose Of Coronavirus Vaccine

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The vaccine was administered to the chief minister by auxiliary nurse midwife Manpreet.

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday took his first dose of an anti-coronavirus vaccine at the civil hospital in Mohali and appealed to all those who are eligible to get inoculated.

"I got my first shot of #Covid 19 vaccine today. I urge all above 60 years of age or above 45 years with co-morbidities to get the vaccination dose as soon as possible. We all need to come together to defeat #Covid 19 and I'm sure we will.#MissionFateh," the chief minister tweeted.

Mr Singh was administered the vaccine by auxiliary nurse and midwife Manpreet at the hospital.

I got my first shot of #Covid19 vaccine today. I urge all above 60 years of age or above 45 years with co-morbidities to get the vaccination done as soon as possible. We all need to come together to defeat #Covid19 and I'm sure we will. #MissionFatehpic.twitter.com/QmqgIP2XcD

His media advisor Raveen Thukral in a tweet said, "Punjab CM got his first jab of #CovidVaccine at civil hospital Mohali."

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