Manu Bhaker gets his first dose of Corona vaccine in government hospital (Manu Bhaker / Twitter)
Champion shooter Manu Bhakar received his first dose of Corona vaccine on Tuesday at a government hospital in Jhajjar, Haryana. He is among India’s medal hopes at the Tokyo Olympics to be held three months later. Bhaker was dosed with the Kovyshield vaccine at the community health center (CHC) in his village. Manu Bhaker said in a video posted on Twitter, “Along with my parents, I have come to CHC Dhakala to take my first dose of Corona vaccine.” Olympic going players are being given vaccines on priority basis and age in it There is no time limit. In view of the increasing cases of corona infection, the government has announced to give vaccines to those above 18 years of age from May 1. ISKF World Cup, Youth Olympics and Commonwealth Games gold medalist Bhakar requested Indians to get vaccinated. He said, “I appeal to all the countrymen to follow the Corona Protocol. This includes maintaining social distance, washing hands, sanitizing and wearing masks. Get vaccinated and avoid going to crowded places. Follow the guidelines of the Health Department.
Manu Bhaker will participate in the women’s 25m pistol, 10m air pistol individual and mixed team events from July 23 at the Tokyo Olympics.