Hima Das received the first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine, which appealed to the people

India’s sprinter Hima Das has received the first dose of vaccine saved from corona. He provided this information on his Twitter. He appealed for everyone to be vaccinated to avoid Kovid-19. The second wave of corona in India has created an uproar and more than 4 lakh people suffer from this epidemic every day. Thousands of people are losing their lives due to lack of oxygen in many states, including Delhi.

Hima wrote on her Twitter, ‘The first dose of the corona vaccine was taken. Also get all you vaccinated. ‘He was the first athlete on the vaccine track and field. Indian Athletics Federation said players can register themselves and get vaccinated. Hima Das was hired as DSP of Assam in February this year and then Hima also shared a photo of him wearing a uniform on Twitter. Hima has not yet qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. He suffered an injury at the 2018 Asian Games. As a result, she was unable to attend the World Championships in Doha in September 2019. He participated in the 400m race for India at the Asian Games in Jakarta in 2018.

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