New Delhi: At present, the corona virus vaccine is being administered free of cost to all people above the age of 18 in the country. The central government has taken this decision after a long dispute. Now Madhya Pradesh Culture Minister Usha Thakur has given a wonderful statement. He says that those who have got the vaccine and those who are capable, they should put 500 rupees in the PM Cares Fund.
Usha Thakur, a minister in the Shivraj Singh government, said, “I want to pray to all of you, I have also started this campaign. My request is that if the Lord has made us capable and capable, then the vaccine that we got. We know that a dose per person is Rs 250. If we have got both the vaccines, then I want to pray with folded hands, that 500 rupees in PM Cares Fund, those who are capable must put those who are capable, This is my request.”
Wonderful Minister of MP, Culture Minister Usha Thakur said #VACCINE If it has been invested and it is capable then put five hundred rupees in PM Care Fund. @ChouhanShivraj Modi ji thanks free vaccine posters have been put up all over the state. What to do ? @ABPNews @awasthis @SanjayBragta pic.twitter.com/NV1ypLiBom
— Brajesh Rajput (@brajeshabpnews) July 2, 2021
Let us tell you that the Government of India is taking 75 percent of the vaccine from vaccine manufacturers, while private hospitals have been allowed to buy 25 percent of the vaccine. However, the government has fixed prices for private hospitals as well.
According to the new guidelines issued recently, private hospitals cannot charge more than the specified amount, including GST and service tax, for the CovaShield of Oxford-Astragenica, Covaccine developed by Bharat Biotech and Sputnik-V vaccine made in Russia. . It has been told by the Ministry of Health that a maximum of Rs 780 can be charged for Kovishield, Rs 1410 for Covaccine and Rs 1145 for Sputnik Vaccine.