New Delhi: Singer Shreya Ghoshal and Actress Kirti Kulhari are the latest Indian celebrities who have received the first jab of covid vaccine. Last month, Shreya and her husband Shiladitya welcomed a baby boy. Sharing the video of herself receiving the vaccine, Shreya wrote, ''While #Devyaan was sleeping peacefully at home, I quickly went out to get my first dose of vaccination today!! It’s absolutely safe for new mothers to get vaccinated for covid as recommended by my doctors. Just like anyone else, if your are a nursing mother, you too can get your shots. #covishield #vaccinationdone #covidvacccine''.
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A few days back, she revealed the name of her son by sharing his first picture on Instagram. The singer wrote, ''Introducing- ‘Devyaan Mukhopadhyaya’ He arrived on 22nd May and changed our lives forever. In that first glimpse as he was born he filled our hearts with a kind of love only a mother & a father can feel for their child. Pure uncontrollable overwhelming loveIt is still feeling like a [email protected] and I are so grateful for this beautiful gift of life"
Apart from Shreya, Kirti Kulhari also received the first dose of vaccine on Monday. Kirti took to her official Instagram handle and shared a picture of herself receiving the vaccine. Let go of myths and fears surrounding the vaccine and go and take one if you haven't yet, the "Four More Shots Please!" star wrote on Instagram.The actress also asked people to be patient as vaccines are "not easily available" and booking a slot is a tough task."But things are getting better. be patient...it will all fall in place slowly and steadily," she said.
India recorded a single-day rise of 70,421 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest in 74 days, taking the country's infection tally to 2,95,10,410, while the count of active cases fell below 10 lakh after over two months, according to the Union Health Ministry data updated on Monday. The COVID-19 death toll in the country climbed to 3,74,305 with 3,921 fatalities recorded in a span of 24 hours, the data updated at 8 am showed.