Vaccine Approval Is A Proud Moment: Governor
Hyderabad, Jan.4 (Maxim News): Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan on Monday said that vaccine approval was a moment of pride for our country.
“The World Health Organisation’s applaud for the country’s initiative in the development of vaccine and its approval is the testimony to our scientists’ capability,” she added.
The Governor was virtually inaugurating the 7-day-long Sri Ramachandra Pathology Annual Rapid Review Course (SPARRC-2021), organised by the Sri Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai.
Speaking on the occasion, the Governor stated that the development and approval for the Indian vaccine to prevent the Covid-19 effectively shattered the criticism about the country’s poor research and development capability.
The Governor stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visionary leadership and support to the research institutions and boosting the morale of the scientists’ fraternity helped our country in coming up with the Made in India vaccine.
Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan said that many developing countries were looking at India for the vaccine supply and added that our country was rising to the occasion.
Referring to the pathology rapid review course being organised by the Sri Ramachandra Medical College, she said that the field of pathology was crucial in diagnosing and in facilitating the right treatment.
“The discipline of pathology is witnessing the use of advanced digital technologies and the use of Artificial Intelligence. Going for the treatment without pathology reports is like going to the war without arms. Pathology reports play vital role in any treatment process,” she added.
The Governor exhorted the medical professionals to strive for excellence with utmost dedication and commitment in their chosen fields to serve the needy.
Indian Medical Association president Dr J A. Jayalal, Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research vice-chancellor Dr. PV Vijayaraghavan, SPARRC-2021 organising chairperson Prof. Sadhya Sundaram, and more than 700 delegates from all over the country were present. (Maxim News)