Actress Shilpa Shirodkar announces she's received coronavirus vaccination in UAE
'Vaccinated and safe !! The new normal,' Shilpa Shirodkar wrote after getting the coronavirus vaccine
Bollywood actor Shilpa Shirodkar, on Thursday, took to social media to announce that she has been vaccinated against COVID-19 in United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The actor shared an image of herself from City Walk Dubai, where she can be seen donning a mask and flaunting a small bandage on her arm and wrote, "Vaccinated and safe !! The new normal .. here i come 2021 ❤️ Thank you UAE."
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Shilpa, who is known for films like Gopu Kishan, Trinetra, Dil Hi Ti Hai, is the elder sister of former Miss India Namrata Shirodkar.
Shilpa started her career in Bollywood with the film Bhrashtachar, alongside Mithun Chakraborty and Rekha in 1989. On the work front, the 47-year-old actor was last seen in Sekhar Suri's Guns of Banaras which was shot in 2014 but released in 2020. The film is also Bollywood legend Vinod Khanna's last project before his demise in 2017.
Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has announced today that COVID-19 vaccines could be made available to the countrymen as early as the next few days. The first to be inoculated will be healthcare professionals and frontline workers, he revealed while reviewing the second dry run of the vaccination exercise at the Government General Hospital in Chennai.
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The vaccine may be stored at room temperature, and researchers are assessing whether it can be shipped and stored as a freeze-dried powder.
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More than 61,000 programme managers, two lakh vaccinators, and 3.7 lakh other vaccination team members have been trained so far as part of training at states, districts, and block levels
Nationwide rollouts began in Brazil and Azerbaijan, while Britain and France widened inoculations to all elderly people.