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Watch: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, wife Nutan Goel get Covid-19 vaccine shot

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Watch: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, wife Nutan Goel get Covid-19 vaccine shot

Watch: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, wife Nutan Goel get Covid-19 vaccine shot

Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and his wife took the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin in Delhi.

The health minister was administered the vaccine dose at Delhi Heart and Lung Institute.

India opened up the Covid-19 vaccination drive from March 1, 2021.

Those over 60 years and within 45-59 years with specified co-morbidities are being vaccinated.

The minister's wife Nutan Goel first took the jab after which Vardhan received the vaccine shot.


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