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Would like to invite Pfizer vaccine head Kathrin Jansen home: Syska Group’s Jyotsna Uttamchandani

Meeting Jansen, one of the heroines of our fight against COVID, and visiting Takayama, Japan, are some of the things Uttamchandani would like to do when the world makes a new start.

April 27, 2021 / 07:39 AM IST
The pandemic has taught us all that most of the things our lives revolved around are temporary, says Jyotsna Uttamchandani.

The pandemic has taught us all that most of the things our lives revolved around are temporary, says Jyotsna Uttamchandani.

Note to readers: While we accept the reality of the coronavirus, it is important to be optimistic. We must believe that there will be a day when the disease will no longer be the all-destroying scourge it is today. And when that day comes, we will be able to enjoy life, maybe with a few adjustments, the way we did before COVID-19. To that end, we are starting ‘If Covid Vanished ...’, a series of interviews with corporate heads and achievers, where we ask them where they’d like to travel or eat, who’d they like to meet, and so on, if the world became Corona-mukt. Follow the series here.

Lighting and electrical appliances are broadly the product categories that the Syska Group makes. But the world will really sparkle and hum again when everyone is vaccinated and the COVID virus is rendered toothless by our fortified bodies.

When that happens, Jyotsna Uttamchandani, the Purdue University-educated Executive Director, Syska Group, would like to experience all that she has missed out on during the pandemic, from mundane pleasures to special occasions. Her dream guest, for example, would be Kathrin Jansen, the Head of Vaccine Development and Research at Pfizer and one of the several tireless heroines of the fight against COVID.

An ‘If Covid Vanished’ conversation with Uttamchandani.