West Indies player Andre Russell has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for sending coronavirus vaccines to Jamaica.
“I just want to say a big, big, big thank you to Prime Minister Modi and the India High Commission. The vaccines are here and we are excited. I would love to see the world going back to normal. Jamaica people really appreciate it and just to show that we are more than close, India and Jamaica are now brothers. I appreciate it and stay safe over there. Peace,” Russell said in a video posted on Wednesday by the official Twitter handle of India in Jamaica.
'I want to say a big thank you to PM @narendramodi & @hcikingston. The #COVID19 Vaccines are here & we are excited.' @PMOIndia— India in Jamaica (@hcikingston) March 16, 2021
'#India & #Jamaica – We are more than close, we are now brothers'.
WI Cricketer Andre Russell praises #VaccineMaitri @Russell12A @DrSJaishankar pic.twitter.com/LhGi5OQeED
“I would like to thank India for the wonderful contribution made to our country which is the vaccine. We thank you so much on behalf of the Antiguan and Barbudan people. We look forward, also that in the future, continued relationship. Thank you very much Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the High Commission of India. We also thank all of the people in India for such a kind gesture,” Richards had said in a video posted on Twitter by the High Commission of India in Guyana.