India has offered the made-in-India Covid-19 vaccines for foreign diplomatic corps in the country. This offer has been extended to Pakistan and Chinese missions as well, reports Indian Express.
In a letter sent to the diplomatic missions based in Delhi, India's Ministry of External Affairs has said that it is considering offering vaccinations for foreign diplomats based in India and their families.
"The Government of India, as a gesture of goodwill and solidarity, is considering to offer Covid-19 vaccination to eligible foreign diplomats and their family members accredited to all Diplomatic Missions, including Consulates, United Nations and its specialised agencies and other international organisations, based in India," a letter from the Ministry of External Affairs said.
"The vaccination would be on a voluntary basis, and in accordance with the phased plan of domestic roll-out," the letter added, according to The Indian Express.