COVID-19: Maharashtra crosses 1-crore vaccination Markers; 1,00,38,421 doses administered so far
The vaccination drive started on 16 January this season also is now underway for Front Line and Medical Care employees, and individuals aged 45 Decades and above
Mumbai: Maharashtra contains administered COVID-19 vaccine doses to over a crore people so far, a senior doctor said on Sunday.
The vaccination drive began on 16 January this season across the nation and is now penalized for health care and medical care workers, and people aged 45 decades and above.
“We’ve spanned one crore doses to day. Until now noon, we now have administered 1,00,38,421 doses,” Maharashtra’s main secretary (health) Pradeep Vyas said in an statement.
Amid reports of Maharashtra facing a severe deficit of this doses, hampering its immunisation drive, Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Saturday reported the nation has received 1.10 crore doses of this anti- COVID-19 vaccines so far.
Aside from Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan would be the 2 other countries who’ve received more than 1 crore doses, Javadekar had said.
About the blame match between the Centre and the local over the access to vaccine doses, the BJP leader had said it wasn’t the perfect time to complete propaganda.
Maharashtra health minister Rajesh Tope had alleged that lots of nations, which can be smaller compared to Maharashtra in relation to people and the range of patients,’ve received more doses of vaccine.
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