Sonu Sood Shares His Two Cents On Covishield Vaccine's New Prices; 'Every Needy Should Get Vaccine For Free'

Sonu Sood, who has been in the news for his philanthropic work, recently took to Twitter to share his views on prices of Coronavirus vaccines

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Sonu Sood Shares His Two Cents On Covishield Vaccine's New Prices; 'Every Needy Should Get Vaccine For Free'
Sonu Sood has remained in the news throughout the Coronavirus lockdown thanks to the philanthropic work that he carried out in time of need. He became the messiah of migrants and helped them reach their destination when all kinds of transport was shut. He then extended his humanitarian work and helped people get education, food and much more. Now, he is the one who is down with Coronavirus. However, his work has not stopped. Through social media he is still helping people whilst also sharing his views on several things.

Recently, on Twitter, he shared his opinion on the prices of Covishield vaccination. Serum Institute recently released a statement revealing the rate card of the vaccine. While it will be sold at Rs 400 a shot to states it will cost Rs 600 to private hospitals. Responding to this, Sonu Sood stated that vaccination should be provided for free to the needy. He tweeted, "Every needy should get vaccine for free. Very important to put a cap on the pricing. Corporates and individuals who can afford should come forward to help everyone get vaccinated. धंधा फिर कभी और कर लेंगे।"

Even Farhan Akhtar tweeted about the rates of vaccines by Serum Institute of India and wrote, "Can a spokesperson for the @SerumInstIndia please help us understand why states should not get Covishield at the same price as the centre?? And if they have issued a statement citing reasons, could someone please share a link re the same. Thank you." Check out their tweets below:





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