Covid-19: Free of charge for Vaccines, the food is going to cost in India, in addition to the Rs 80,000 Crore

NEW DELHI: India will have to spend an additional 80,000 crore rupees ($11 billion) for the supply of food, vaccines, and food for the millions of people who have been devastated by the deadly coronavirus(covid-19), wave, people with knowledge of the matter said.

The government will allocate an additional Rs 70,000 crore in order to give food to the poor, and other relevant populations, and said to the people, who asked not to be named, as those numbers are not accurate.

The administration will need to add it to Rs 10,000 crore to provide free vaccinations, it said.

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Prime minister Narendra Modi agreed on Monday to establish a free vaccination policy changes, in which states compete with each other in order to deliver a certain age, which may lead to serious defects.

His administration has also been criticized for how they handled the end of the first wave of the virus, which has killed thousands of people in India.

In a speech on national television, Modi said that all Indians are over the age of 18 years of age can be vaccinated free of charge, from and including June 21, in order to speed up the vaccination process.

The government may not be in the bond market, in order to collect the money, and told you that it is well-acquainted with the people who are dependent on the Rs 99,120 crore dividend to the government, received from the central bank, and the expected inflow of funds from the sale of the assets.

The extra money that the government is going to eventually spend a total of Rs 1.3 crore in order to provide the food, and said to the people, and a budget of Rs 35,000 crore for the covid-19 vaccination.

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