Political manipulation on the worldwide corona vaccination and vaccine

A statement by the Health Minister of Nepal has revealed the ongoing political manipulation on the worldwide corona vaccination and vaccine. Health Minister Hridayesh Tripathi has clearly said that Nepal cannot be allowed to experiment on its citizens in the name of vaccine, as well as the way countries around the world are using political manipulations to take vaccines. is.

However, he also said that Nepal is also forced to use the same routes and political access to get authentic vaccines for the citizens of its country. He said that the ‘vaccine’ has become a political weapon for all the countries of the world.

Health Minister Tripathi, who visited the hospital in Bharatpur to take stock of the vaccination campaign, said that only a few companies in the world are making vaccines and all countries are using political manipulation to achieve this. We are also forced to ask for vaccines using our political connections and diplomatic relations. He said that after the first phase, preparations are now going on to get the vaccine consignment for the second phase. He also said that we cannot allow our people to use medicines or vaccines. Until the authenticity of the vaccine is proven, we will not approve its use.

Tripathi has said that her first priority is to provide authentic vaccine for every citizen of the country. Apart from this, they want to build a hospital in every small area, as well as a pool of health workers, so that the same health facilities can be available in every big and small area.

Political manipulation on the worldwide corona vaccination and vaccine
Political manipulation on the worldwide corona vaccination and vaccine

It is not easy to manage the administrative work smoothly in the turmoil that Nepal is going through now. With the political upheaval in this country stuck between the split in the Communist Party, the arbitrariness of Prime Minister Oli and the internal crisis, the difficulties of the common people are not being named. In such a situation, the opposition parties have not been taking the health minister’s claims very seriously and are calling it a formal rhetoric.