Vice Prez says resilience, research & reinvention helped India become torch-bearer in global fight against Covid-19 pandemic

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu today said that resilience, research and reinvention helped India become a torch-bearer in the global fight against Covid-19 pandemic. Addressing the first Graduation Day ceremony of ESIC Medical College in New Delhi, the Vice President credited the timely and decisive measures by the doctors, scientists and policymakers for containing the spread of the virus.
He lauded the entire medical fraternity from doctors to nurses, para-medical staff and sanitary workers, technicians and ASHA workers in villages, who, as Team India came together as one to fight the pandemic. 


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