Hansal Mehta Questions Age Limit for COVID-19 Vaccination, Posts Photo of His 25-Year-Old Son With Down Syndrome | Hindi Film News – Bollywood

Amid calls for the initiation of the COVID-19 vaccination of all age groups, the union’s health ministry recently said the aim of the vaccination campaign was to administer the vaccine to those who have it. need and not to those who want it. Reacting to the same, filmmaker Hansal Mehta took to his official Twitter handle to share a photo of his 25-year-old son Pallava. He also mentioned that Pallava had Down syndrome and suffered “near-fatal respiratory failure” a few years ago. He wrote: “My son Pallava is 25 years old. He has Down syndrome. He suffered from near-fatal respiratory failure a few years ago. Does he want the vaccine or does he need it? Several Internet users reacted to the filmmaker’s message. While some criticized him by saying he was making a “sarcastic political statement against the establishment using the health condition of an innocent soul,” some asked him to see a doctor for the same. Recently, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) and key ministers from several states called on the central government to open up vaccination for all people over 18. prevent deaths and the other goal is to protect your health care system. In the midst of a pandemic, the main objective is not to administer the vaccine to those who want it but to those who need it. The most vulnerable in the country must be protected, and this is also being done on a global scale ”. Previously, the director appealed to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation to allow the Bollywood film industry to continue nighttime filming if precautions and other standard operating procedures (SOPs) are maintained on sets. He wrote: ‘Please don’t force us to cancel even @mybmc night shoots if precautions and SOPs are in place. We will be badly affected, especially those who have a daily wage and depend solely on the shoots for survival. Look for urgent intervention @OfficeofUT @AUThackeray. ‘

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