Business Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Wed, 18 Nov 2020 04:52 PM IST
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Vaccination should be free – idol
In this context, Murthy said, ‘I believe that the corona virus vaccine should be a public good and vaccination should be free for every person. This vaccine should be free for all. For this, all companies making vaccines should get compensation from the United Nations (UN) or countries.
BJP promised in manifesto
It is known that during the Bihar elections last month, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its manifesto, promising to provide the vaccine of Kovid-19 for free to all.
Work from home not supported
In addition, Narayana Murthy has always disagreed on working from home (work from home). He said that most of the houses in India are small, due to which they have difficulty in focusing. Murthy has also supported the decision to open schools for a short period, although he has stated that other safety regulations, including PPE kits, social distancing, masks and gloves, must be followed.
The government will need around three billion doses to vaccinate India’s population. Today, once again the cases of corona virus have increased. In the last 24 hours, after the arrival of 38,617 new cases, the total number of infected people has crossed 89 lakh. On Tuesday, 29,164 cases were reported. At the same time, the number of patients who have become infection free has increased to 83 lakhs.