Thoothukudi: India population of about 73 crore people have received covid vaccination and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Sunday that only immunization is done to give a big boost to the economy. It is the only such medicine because it delays all people to do regular business or allow all farmers to do agricultural activity.
The covid vaccination program in India is going on smoothly now and till now about 73 crore people of India have got jobs absolutely free. and today, through the covid-19 vaccination program, all of the people will be able to do business and all the traders were able to buy the products to run the business, due to which the economy got a good boost, or all the farmers. were able to do the agriculture.
Therefore, covid vaccination is the only medicine to avoid covid-19 virus and boost the economy.
The Minister of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman made all of these remarks while the delivering her address at the centenary celebrations of the Tamil Nadu Mercantile Bank here on the Sunday.
On Sunday, the health ministry inside Tamil Nadu is organizing Covid ‘mega vaccination camps’ through 40,000 camps across the state to vaccinate about 20 lakh people.
All our prayers are not for the third wave of the COVID-19 virus at all. Suppose, if this happens, then in this case one must also think about the availability of hospitals, even if there is a hospital, does this hospital have ICU and ICU is there, then does it have oxygen support? To address all these questions, the ministry has announced a plan, allowing all hospitals to expand, when the second wave of COVID-19 in India had a huge impact.
Nirmala Sitharaman Said
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that all the hospitals which located in the rural areas are also capable of undertaking expansion work by taking the advantage of the schemes announced by the ministry and also schemes of “viability gap funding”.
she also said that the report of the Mercantile Bank of the Tamil Nadu , we all can see that they take all of the schemes that which is announced by the ministry to the beneficiaries hospitals and this is a much needed one. Not just public sector banks, Rather all the private sector banks should follow this suit.
Earlier in May 1921, while giving rich encouragement to the Nadar community to set up a bank at Tuticorin, the Minister had said that today Tamil Nadu Mercantile Bank has gained universal acceptance and is available in almost all four Central Territories and 26 State in its presence.