Caution despite vaccination should be mantra for '21: PM
The Times of India Mumbai|January 01, 2021
Stay Away From Vax Rumours, Says Modi

Rajkot/New Delhi: Prime Minister Modi on Thursday said the New Year 2021 is “coming with the hope of treatment” for Covid just as India prepares for a vaccine rollout even as he stressed the need to keep observing safe practices.

“Earlier, I said, ‘Dawai nahi toh dheelai nahi’ (no medicine, so no slackness). Now, I am saying ‘Dawai bhi aur kadaai bhi’ (Both medicine and strict observance),” Modi said after laying the foundation stone of the

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