Tulsabai: India's oldest woman to receive coronavirus vaccine
Sagar : Going by her age as mentioned in Aadhar Card, a woman from Madhya Pradesh could be the oldest among the ones who have received vaccine till date. She is showing no side effects and has requested all eligible people to get vaccinated.
Identified as Tulsabai, the MP woman is 118 year old. She received her first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Madhya Pradesh's Sagar district.
The first dose was given to her at an inoculation facility near Sagar on Saturday.
After taking her dose, she came out from the centre with a broad smile and a victory sign. In Bundelkhendi dialect she said, "Hamne lagwao teeka so ache hojen. So tum bhi lagwaao so ache ho ja ho. Kuchhu dikkat nainuaan... (I took the vaccine so that I feel better. You also take it. No worries.)"
As far as we know, she is the oldest woman in the country to get the vaccine.
According to her Aadhaar card, Tulsabai was born on January 1, 1903 and is a resident of Sadarpur area of the state's Sagar district, which is a part of the Bundelkhand region.