Modi cheered on Trudeau's phone for the ticker

according to the agreement, Pfizer and Moderna are failing to provide adequate vaccinations to Canada. In February, two US companies cut vaccine supplies to the country.

Modi cheered on Trudeau's phone for the ticker

Canada, which is close to India, did not receive the required vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna in the United States. Forgetting the recent rift, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called Narendra Modi. The Prime Minister of India said that he was happy to receive this phone call.

Modi also promised to vaccinate Canada. He said they would do everything possible to prevent the Corona epidemic by providing vaccines to the North American country.

Vaccines of various brands that are resistant to coronavirus are being applied all over the world. But Canada is not interested in the vaccine produced at the Serum Institute of India, invented by Oxford-AstraZeneca, and is interested in the US Pfizer, Modern vaccine.

But according to the agreement, Pfizer and Moderna are failing to provide adequate vaccinations to Canada. In February, two US companies cut vaccine supplies to the country.

Despite the "disruption" of vaccination, Prime Minister Trudeau said last week that the people of Canada would be successfully vaccinated. By the end of September, every Canadian will be vaccinated at least once.

But where to match the vaccine? Unable to find an easy way out, he called Modi, forgetting the pride created by the peasant movement in India.

The Prime Minister of India is not happy to receive a phone call from a 'friend'. "It was nice to get a phone call from my friend Justin Trudeau," Modi wrote on Twitter. I assure him that India will do its utmost to provide the amount of vaccine that Canada is seeking. "

The Serum Institute of India, the world's largest vaccine manufacturer, is producing the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine called Covishield. Countries around the world are buying vaccines from them due to low prices and easy conservation process.

Many well-known pharmaceutical companies in the Western world, including NovaVax, Johnson & Johnson, have entered into agreements with the company to produce their own vaccines through serum, not Oxford-AstraZeneca.


The covshield ticker produced at the Serum Institute of India is also being applied in Bangladesh. Photo: NewsBangla24


Bangladesh has also bought 30 million doses of Covishield Ticker from the serum. Of these, the first shipment of 5 million doses and after receiving 2 million doses as a gift from the Government of India, the vaccine is widely used across the country. In addition, this vaccine is being used in many countries including Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Brazil.

Even though Bangladesh got this vaccine in an easy way, there is no end to the criticism of the BNP leaders. Without giving any evidence, they say, the government has bought the vaccine from India at a higher price.

The party's joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi also said that the government wants to kill the BNP with this vaccine. He claimed that the vaccine produced in India was being applied without adequate testing.

The Office of the Prime Minister of Canada is also concerned about vaccinating India. Trudeau and Modi discussed India's significant contribution to vaccine production and distribution around the world, a statement said. It was also agreed that the two countries would work together on vaccination.

However, the distance between Modi and Trudeau's government widened in the wake of the peasant movement in Delhi, India, for several months. Canada supported the agitating peasants, which was not well received by the Indian government.