Delhi: 104-year-old man will get COVID-19 vaccine, no hostile results reported | Delhi Information
New Delhi: As India continues its vaccination drive, Tulsi Das Chawla over 100-years-old acquired his first dose of vaccine on Saturday.
Born on November 1, 1917, Chawla was efficiently vaccinated with first dose of CoviShield vaccine at Delhi’s Sir Ganga Ram Hospital with out going through any downside or hostile results.
A resident of Patel Nagar, Chawla was in Indian International Service and he retired from service in 1975. He was posted in numerous international locations like United States of America, the Netherlands, Pakistan and Africa.
Even at this age Chawla leads an energetic life and doesn’t endure from any main comorbidities.
He has two sons, two daughters, 5 grandchildren and one nice grand child.
Chawla urged everybody to get vaccinated. ” I urge everybody who’s eligible to return ahead to take COVID-19 vaccine. It’s completely protected,” he mentioned.
In accordance with Dr D S Rana, Chairman (BOM) at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital residents over the age of 60 are enthusiastic to get their photographs and have proven no hesitation.
“We’re witnessing enormous enthusiasm amongst greater than 60 years of age group. Mr Chawla is an inspiration to all of us to return ahead with out any hesitation for Covid vaccination,” he mentioned.
On Saturday, round 476 individuals had been vaccinated at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.