The vaccination journey: It's a bridge not too far
The Sunday Guardian|October 24, 2021
100 crore vaccinations in 270 days are simply breathtaking.
DR SANJEEV BAGAI

The last 18 months have been the most significant defining moment and trajectory in Indian history. The work started much before a common man could realise, in early 2020. The amount of work in R&D, research, data, RCT, data analytics, manufacturing and distribution, centres, manpower allocations, syringes and needles supply, local supply chain management, and on ground logistics, has been commendable.

It has been admirable work by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Government of India, doctors, nurses, Asha workers, sanitation facilities. Cowin app and IT support have served India well. It was helped by the statesman like leadership of PM Modi. It was leadership from the front-foresighted, planned details at micro level beautifully. This has been the most brilliant display of meticulous planning, precision strategies, superb execution, keeping patient safety first. 100 crore vaccinations in 270 days is simply breathtaking.

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