‘Great effort’ says PM Modi as Goa administer 1st dose of vaccine to 100% population

PTI
Saturday, 11 September 2021

Sawant thanked the people of Goa for their support in making the vaccination drive a huge success.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday hailed Goa's "great effort" as the first dose of Covid vaccine had been administered to the entire eligible population in the state.

Tagging a tweet by Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant congratulating doctors, nurses and healthcare workers for administering the first dose of Covid vaccines to 100 per cent eligible population in the state, Prime Minister Modi tweeted, "Well done Goa! Great effort, powered by a collective spirit and the prowess of our doctors as well as innovators."

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Sawant thanked the people of Goa for their support in making the vaccination drive a huge success.

"On behalf of people of Goa, I thank the Union government led by Hon'ble PM Shri @narendramodi ji for providing free vaccination to all persons above 18, and a seamless supply of doses to fight this pandemic," the Goa chief minister said in another tweet.

"We shall continue to march ahead with same energy to ensure that we also complete the second dose," he said.

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