In an endeavour to bring forth what went behind the journey, an amalgamation of art and science has exhibited a beautiful narration of it
Delhi: The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of the world. An unprecedented pandemic for the generation, the virus spread like wildfire leaving the livelihood of everyone parched. Wearing masks, using sanitisers has now become the ‘ new normal.’ From the onset of the virus to the making of vaccines and more, the two years of COVID cannot be forgotten nor explained in mere words. A lot of sweat and blood went behind the making of the COVID-19 vaccine that is evades the plain eye.
In an endeavour to bring forth what went behind the journey, an amalgamation of art and science has exhibited a beautiful narration of it. An international travelling exhibition “Vaccines Injecting Hope” was inaugurated on November 15 by Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal, Hon’ble Minister of State for Culture and Parliamentary Affairs, Govt. of Indiaat National Science Centre, Delhi in the august presence of His Excellency Mr. Alex Ellis, High Commissioner, British High Commission in India, Mr. Scott McDonald, Chief Executive, British Council, Sir Ian Blatchford, Executive Director, Science Museum Group, London, Mr. A. D. Choudhury, Director General, NCSM and Ms. Mugdha Sinha, Joint Secretary (Museums), Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India
Scott McDonald, Chief Executive, British Council, said, “This ground-breaking exhibition provides a brilliant artistic interpretation of how India and the UK addressed one of our greatest collective challenges – the pandemic – through the vaccine partnership