Rahul Gandhi takes first COVID-19 vaccine dose.
Congressional leader Rahul Gandhi received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, according to sources. Party sources said Friday night: “Former Congress Speaker Rahul Gandhi had been vaccinated against COVID-19 on July 28. Therefore, he did not attend the House on July 29 and 30.”.
Rahul Gandhi had tested positive for COVID-19 on April 20, after which vaccination was delayed.
In a tweet on April 20 this year, he said: “After experiencing mild symptoms, I just tested positive for COVID. Everyone who has been in contact with me recently, please follow all safety protocols and stay safe. “.
Previously, on June 17, party sources had reported that the Acting President of Congress, Sonia Gandhi, had taken both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine with the required time intervals.
Expressing concern about the increase in coronavirus cases in Kerala, Rahul Gandhi said on Friday that the situation in the state is worrying and also called on people to follow all security measures.
“The increase in cases of coronavirus infections in Kerala is concerning. I call on our brothers and sisters in the state to follow all safety measures and guidelines. Please be careful,” he said in a tweet.
More than 20,000 new cases were registered in Kerala on Thursday for the third day in a row, according to an official statement.
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