Prime Minister's message to India as he took the Covid-19 vaccine.
A statement from the Prime Minister said Prime Minister Modi was taken to AIIMS outside the special road boundaries to avoid disturbance.
PM is treated with home-grown Covaxin produced by Bharat Biotech.
Premier Modi urged all those eligible to take the vaccine.
PM has been transferred to AIIMS without special route restrictions.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the Covid vaccine this morning at Delhi AIIMS Hospital, becoming the first winner of the second phase of the national vaccination against coronavirus.
Prime Minister Modi faced vaccination doubts while taking a dose of home-grown Covaxin produced by Bharat Biotech and the Medical Council of India (ICMR).
"It is remarkable how our doctors and scientists have worked so fast to strengthen the global war against COVID-19," Prime Minister Modi tweeted, referring to a photo of himself taking the first vaccine.
Prime Minister Modi also urged all those eligible to take the vaccine as the country begins to vaccinate people over the age of 60 and those over 45 with the disease.
"Together, let's make India COVID-19 free," he said. The Prime Minister's immunization was rife with signs from the provinces that will hold elections in March-April.
She was wearing a Gamchha or scarf from Assam and nurses from Kerala and Puducherry - Rosamma Anil and P P Niveda - were in possession of the drug.
The scarf "symbolizes the blessings of the women of Assam", officials said.
The Prime Minister has been seen dressing more than once.
A statement from his office said he had chosen to take the firearm early and was taken to AIIMS outside the special traffic limits to avoid disturbance.
India will expand its coronavirus vaccination program today to cover people over the age of 60 and those over the age of 45 with the disease as it hopes to reverse the growing number of infectious diseases and outbreaks in some cases in some provinces.
Registration is expected to open at 9 am on www.cowin.gov.in and in the Aarogya Setu app and there will be immunizations in some areas as well.
India began its vaccination campaign on January 16 aiming to vaccinate three top workers but struggled to resist, releasing 1.43 crore rifles so far.
In addition to Covaxin, the Pune-based Serum Institute's Covishield, co-produced by Oxford University and pharma giant AstraZeneca, is being used in a vaccination campaign that began on January 16.
Many vaccines may be approved for use in the coming months, including Russia's Sputnik-V and Russia's ZyCov-D.