Healthcare & Fiscal

Infosys Co-founder Narayana Murthy says coronavirus vaccines should be free to everyone

Narayana Murthy Infosys

Narayana Murthy is a well-known personality in the world, he is the Co-founder of Infosys.
He said that companies can bear the cost of the vaccine.

There are various cases of coronavirus in present-day India. Many pharmaceutical companies such as Moderna, Pfizer, Biotech, Sputnik V. People should not be charged for the coronavirus vaccine once it becomes available to the public.

He truly believes that the vaccine is a public good and everyone should get free vaccines.
He said that this vaccine should be available to all. All companies must be compensated by the United Nations or individual countries for their costs.

Union Finance Minister Sitaraman promised a free coronavirus vaccine, as it would be approved by the ICMR.

According to Narayan, idol companies should bear the cost of vaccines as they can give free vaccines to all or the entire population. Members of the United Nations Council should share key parts of the cost. Narayana Murthy to both companies to produce the vaccine free of cost to the entire population.

Pfizer and Modern are two-dose vaccines that all need to be given. India needs 3 billion vaccination doses for its entire population.

Narayana Murthy also does not believe in working from home on a permanent basis, it is just a safety measure to reduce the possibility of coronavirus. For most of the population who live in small houses, it is really difficult to work from home in a small family.

He also said that we should take safety measures in schools such as social distancing, wearing masks, and sanitization, etc. He said that for a long time we cannot close our school.

India is facing an economic crisis. The main problem is that if the demand increases then the job situation will change. According to experts, we need 1 crore jobs annually for our country, only then the poverty of about 20 years will be reduced. But there is no acceptance of such a proposal.

Related: Who will get the coronavirus vaccine first and when can you have it?

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