Covid 19 Pandemic hit 219 countries and territories of the world since the first human cases of COVID-19 were identified in Wuhan, the capital of the province of Hubei in China in December 2019. Initial Pandemic management strategy included Testing and confirming by laboratory tests namely RTPCR / Rapid antigen tests, treating with antivirals and corticosteroids and complications as they manifested, tracking contacts, promoting use of masks, handwashing, and respiratory etiquette. The world scientist delivered several excellent options within a year a significant achievement in the Public Health History. Now every country is tripping over itself in trying to get vaccinated their population as an additional strategy to achieve immunity and prevent grievous effects both on health and economy of the country. But there are also attempts to cut the line, and cutthroat competition with an adverse impact on low and middle socio-economic countries. Vaccinating a huge adult population is a complex process for want of experience even in advanced countries, especially for newly Introduced vaccines like COVID-19 vaccination and reaching the required coverage of at least 70% of the population for developing herd immunity will take 1-2 years. It is desirable for countries to share lessons learned from rollout to benefit from each other’s experiences. Initial experimentations with varieties of vaccine available, vaccine logistics, different strategies to scale up the expansion starting from high-risk population, aftereffects following Immunization (AEFI) and their management as the vaccines are released for emergency use. This should be taken as an opportunity for strengthening broader immunization and health systems to resolve existing weaknesses and to meet future needs for robust essential health services. Appropriate communication on the benefit-risk profile of COVID-19 vaccines remains crucial to maintain confidence in immunization programmes and to avoid vaccine hesitancy…Readmore