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Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij to be tested for Kovid-19

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| Updated: 20 Nov 2020, 12:24:00 AM

Chandigarh, November 19 (Language) Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij has offered to voluntarily introduce it as part of the Phase III trial of Kovid-19, a potential vaccine “Kovaxine”. They will be vaccinated on Friday. The 67-year-old senior BJP leader said that he would be vaccinated as a test at the Civil Hospital in Ambala Cantonment. This vaccine is being developed indigenously. Vij tweeted today, “I am under the supervision of a team of doctors and health department of PGI Rohtak at 11 am tomorrow at the Civil Hospital in Ambala Cantonment

Chandigarh, November 19 (Language) Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij has offered to voluntarily introduce it as part of the Phase III trial of Kovid-19, a potential vaccine “Kovaxine”. They will be vaccinated on Friday. The 67-year-old senior BJP leader said that he would be vaccinated as a test at the Civil Hospital in Ambala Cantonment. This vaccine is being developed indigenously. Vij tweeted today, “I will be vaccinated tomorrow morning at 11 am under the supervision of a team of doctors and health department of PGI Rohtak to test the corona virus vaccine ‘Covaxine’ which is a product of Bharat Biotech.” “He said that he voluntarily came forward to take the vaccine as a test.” Vij Ambala is an MLA from the cantonment. He had said on Wednesday that the third phase of ‘Covaxin’ will be tested from November 20 in Haryana. He said he is ready to be the first to be vaccinated under trial.

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