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In India, doctors carry out vaccination even in places remote from the centers of civilization

09.06.2021 100 просмотров

On the way to the patients, doctors sometimes cross mountain rivers.

India's Ministry of Health officials are trying to reach even the most remote settlements in rural areas with a vaccination campaign. It is especially difficult for them to get to the villages located in the mountainous terrain of Jammu and Kashmir, in the north of the country.

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Shamshuddin, Rajuri District Health Officer (Jammu and Kashmir):

"Rivers to cross difficult, but we do it anyway. When the water level in the river rises, we ask the villagers for help. And they always go to meet us. And often even bring mules to transport us."

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In June, in the vast majority of cases, Indian doctors used the locally produced Astra Zeneca vaccine, produced under a foreign license, as well as a similar Indian drug developed by Bharat Biotech.

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