64 Heads of Missions Arrive In Hyderabad To Visit Bharat Biotech, Biological E Ltd

Around 60 Heads of Missions arrived in the country today for their scheduled visit at Bharat Biotech Ltd.

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December 9, 2020

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On December 9, 2020, around 64 Heads of Missions arrived in the city of Hyderabad. Their arrival is with regards to their scheduled visit to the Indian biotechnology company, Bharat Biotech Ltd, Biological E Ltd. They will have an active role due to their participation in developing the COVID-19 vaccine in the country. It is being said that India is among the leading countries in the vaccine production process in order to combat the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus.

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64 Heads of Missions arrived in Hyderabad, Telangana this morning for their scheduled visit at Bharat Biotech International Limited. The Heads of Missions include several participants from foreign origins. They have arrived in the country to offer their contribution towards the development and production of the much-needed COVID-19 vaccine to tackle the pandemic better as soon as possible.

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The Heads of Missions arrived in Hyderabad by air & were greeted with utmost warmth. All of them were seen wearing face masks as a safety measure and to abide by the precautionary protocols laid down by the Indian Government for the coronavirus pandemic. They were all greeted by designated airport staff members who embraced them in colourful shawls as a simple gesture of gratitude and respect for their contributions in the COVID-19 vaccine making process.

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While it is to be believed that India is leading at the process of producing a successful vaccine against the virus, the country is also observing a decline in the rate of upcoming positive cases at the moment. F Svane, one of the Heads of Missions who arrived in Hyderabad on December 9, later reportedly said that India is not looking to produce a vaccine for commercial or national purposes but for the recovery of the entire world. He praised the progress that India has made in the process of making a coronavirus vaccine and appreciated the country’s dedication to combating the pandemic.

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