So far 85 crore people in the country have got the vaccine dose.
New Delhi: The Union Health Ministry said that under the ongoing nationwide vaccination campaign to protect against Kovid-19, 62 lakh doses of vaccine were given today, taking the number of doses given in the country to over 85 crores. The ministry said that till 7 pm on Saturday, 62,42,122 doses of vaccine were given, including 85,54,78,279 doses have been given in the country so far. At the same time, the number of doses given on Saturday may increase further as the final figures will be received only after compiling the report late at night.Also Read – If you are planning to go to Goa, then read this news, the state government has given special instructions to the hotels
The ministry said, “Historic achievement, the figure of Kovid-19 vaccination in India has crossed the mark of 85 crores (85,54,78,279) today. More than 62 lakh (62,42,122) doses have been given till 7 pm today.” According to the data shared by the ministry, 63,04,33,142 doses of vaccine under vaccination in India and 22,50,45,137 second doses have been given. The dosage has been given. The ministry said that vaccination is a weapon to protect the country’s most vulnerable population from Kovid-19 and it is being regularly reviewed and monitored at a high level. Also Read – Kovid-19 conference in America: PM Modi said – 200 million people were fully immunized in India, also helped the world
It is noteworthy that the nationwide vaccination campaign to protect against Kovid-19 in India began on January 16 this year with the introduction of vaccine doses to health workers. On February 2, this campaign was expanded and vaccination of personnel working on the front lines started. Also Read – Big Good News: Now the third wave of Corona will not come in India! Know what AIIMS Director said…
In the next phase, vaccination of people above 60 years of age and 45 years of age with serious diseases was started from March 1. From April 1, the facility of vaccination was given to all people above the age of 45 years and on May 1, it was further expanded to start immunization of all people above the age of 18 years.