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Covid: Dr VK Paul, AIIMS director urge people to trust researchers on vaccine

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Covid: Dr VK Paul, AIIMS director urge people to trust researchers on vaccine

Covid: Dr VK Paul, AIIMS director urge people to trust researchers on vaccine

Urging the people to have faith in India's researchers, scientists, regulatory authorities, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Director Dr Randeep Singh Guleria on Saturday reassured the nation that Bharat Biotech's COVAXIN vaccine is safe.

Dr Guleria along with NITI Aayog member VK Paul were administered the COVID-19 vaccine shot at AIIMS Delhi on the inaugural day of the nationwide roll-out of vaccination on Saturday.

Talking about the experience, he said, "I am humbled to get vaccinated in the first slot and feel so proud.

I hope more and more people come forward when it comes to getting vaccinated so that we can reduce mortality and prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection." Dr VK Paul said that the vaccine is safe and people should trust the scientific process.

Watch the full video for more details.


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