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SpiceJet carries India's first consignment of Covid vaccine 'Covidshield' from Pune to Delhi

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News video: First consignment of Covishield vaccine dispatched from SII's Pune facility

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Three trucks loaded with Covishield vaccine have left for the airport from vaccine maker Serum Institute of India's facility in Pune, as part of the first consignment of the vaccine. The vaccine doses will be shipped to different locations in the country. The first phase of COVID-19 vaccination drive...

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First flight ferrying Covid-19 vaccines from Pune's Serum Institute reached Delhi. The flight, which departed from Pune at 8am, landed in Delhi at around 10.15am. Spicejet's flight SG 8937 ferried the first doses of the Covid-19 vaccines to Delhi. A team of officials will transport vaccines to designated hospitals in GPS-enabled trucks. Delhi police have made elaborate arrangements to facilitate speedy movement of vaccines. At least a dozen flights are scheduled to depart with Covishield vaccine doses on Tuesday. First doses of the vaccine were sent via trucks from SII's pune campus on Tuesday morning. Three trucks from SII's pune campus carried the vaccine doses to Lohegaon airport. Supplies will further be distributed to close to 60 cold storage points across the country. Centre will start vaccinating frontline workers against coronavirus disease from January 16. Centre will bear the entire cost of vaccinating 30 million health care and frontline workers.

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Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar on January 21 visited Serum Institute of India (SII), in Pune, where massive fire claimed five lives. After visiting the institute, he said, "Contractor's men were working on that floor (where the fire broke out) and when the fire brigade officials went there, they found five completely burnt bodies. 2 of them were from UP, 2 from Pune and 1 is from Bihar." "Fire brigade has done good work. As per my info, CM will also visit the site tomorrow. The place where COVID vaccine is manufactured was not affected. I was informed that preparation was going on at this building (site of fire) to make Rotavirus vaccine," he added. Fire had broken out at Manjri Plant of SII today afternoon and claimed five lives.

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Cyrus S Poonawalla, chairman and MD of Serum Institute of India, on Thursday said the vaccine major will offer compensation of Rs 25 lakh in addition to the mandated amount to families of persons who died in a fire at the company's premises in Pune. Five men died after a fire broke out in a five-storeyed under-construction building at the firm's Manjari premises in Pune on Thursday. All were construction workers whose bodies were recovered by fire brigade personnel from the fifth floor, police said, adding nine others were evacuated from the spot. President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday expressed grief over the demise of five people who lost their lives in the fire incident at Serum Institute of India (SII), in Pune. "The loss of lives in a fire accident at the Serum Institute of India in Pune is distressing. My thoughts and prayers are with the bereaved families. I wish speedy recovery of the injured," President Kovind tweeted. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also condoled the deaths caused by the fire incident. "Anguished by the loss of lives due to an unfortunate fire at Serum Institute of India. In this sad hour, my thoughts are with the families of those who lost their lives. I pray that the injured recover at the earliest," PM Modi tweeted. Watch the full video for more details.

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