Andre Russell thanks PM Narendra Modi for sending COVID-19 vaccines to Jamaica | Cricket Information
New Delhi: West Indies participant Andre Russell has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for sending coronavirus vaccines to Jamaica.
“I simply wish to say a giant, huge, huge thanks to Prime Minister Modi and the India Excessive Fee. The vaccines are right here and we’re excited. I might like to see the world going again to regular. Jamaica folks actually respect it and simply to point out that we’re greater than shut, India and Jamaica at the moment are brothers. I respect it and keep protected over there. Peace,” Russell stated in a video posted on Wednesday by the official Twitter deal with of India in Jamaica.
Earlier this month, Jamaica had thanked India for sending 50,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines. In a tweet, Jamaica Prime Minister Andrew Holness had stated, “I’m extraordinarily happy to report that yesterday afternoon, we obtained our first cargo of fifty,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine donated by the Authorities of India. We categorical our deep appreciation to the Authorities and folks of India for this very much-needed assist.”
On March 8, Made-in-India vaccines had reached Jamaica beneath the Vaccine Maitri initiative. Final week, former West Indies cricketers Vivian Richards, Richie Richardson, Jimmy Adams and Ramnaresh Sarwan had thanked PM Modi for serving to the Caribbean nations by offering Covid-19 vaccines beneath the Vaccine Maitri initiative.
In March, Antigua and Barbuda obtained 1,75,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines out of which 40,000 have been donated to the nation beneath the `Vaccine Maitri` initiative.”I wish to thank India for the great contribution made to our nation which is the vaccine. We thanks a lot on behalf of the Antiguan and Barbudan folks. We glance ahead, additionally that sooner or later, continued relationship. Thanks very a lot Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Excessive Fee of India. We additionally thank all the folks in India for such a sort gesture,” Richards had stated in a video posted on Twitter by the Excessive Fee of India in Guyana.