Exiled Dalai Lama receives COVID-19 vaccine
He had signed up for the vaccination at the beginning of the program and visited the zonal hospital to receive the vaccine early in the morning to avoid safety concerns. He was given the COVISHIELD vaccine from AstraZeneca.
After receiving the dose, the Dalai Lama appealed to everyone who was eligible to be vaccinated and take care of their health.
India allowed vaccination to the general public from March 1st. In the second phase, India vaccinates people over the age of 60 and over 45 with comorbidities.
In 1959, the uprising in Tibet, which was brutally suppressed by the Chinese government, failed. Thousands of Tibetans fled to India, including their spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. Since then he has led a parallel government from his hilly residence in Dharamsala.
- His Holiness the Dalai Lama, he was also one of the beneficiaries. He chose him - he enrolled to get vaccinated. The question was where to vaccinate him. He himself offered to come to the hospital like an ordinary man to be vaccinated.
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