Mumbai, April 21, 2021: Actor Sonu Sood, who is currently battling with the coronavirus, feels the covid-19 vaccines will be provided for free of cost to every needy people in the country. The actor also said that there should be a cap on the pricing of the vaccines.
After the union government announced that all people above 18 of age will be eligible to get the vaccine from May 1st, the largest vaccine manufacturer, Serum Institue said in a statement that it will provide its "Covishield" vaccine will be provided to states at Rs. 400 per dose and private hospital at Rs. 600 per dose while the price for centre stays at Rs. 150 a dose.
"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।" Sonu Sood wrote on Twitter.
However, some of the most affected states due to the virus including Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, and Assam have already announced that they will vaccinate their people for free of cost.
Meanwhile, Sonu Sood is recovering from the covid-19. The actor recently announced on social media that he has tested positive and quarantined himself at home. He also said that there is nothing to worry about as he is doing fine. On the contrary, he said that he will now have more time to fix needy people's difficulties than ever before and assure them to help in any trouble.