Most Vaccine Waste: Most Vaccines Wasted in Jharkhand, Kerala and West Bengal Fully Used

Most Vaccine Waste: Most Vaccines Wasted in Jharkhand, Kerala and West Bengal Fully Used

In Chhattisgarh, 15.79 percent of the vaccines were wasted and in Madhya Pradesh, 7.35 percent of the vaccines were wasted.

Most of the wastage of vaccines Kerala and West Bengal saw no wastage of anti-Covid-19 vaccines in the month of May and 1.10 lakh and 1.61 lakh doses of vaccines were saved in both the states respectively. At the same time, according to government data, the maximum wastage of anti-Covid vaccines was in Jharkhand, 33.95 percent. Also Read – ‘Khela Hobe’ scheme started in West Bengal, this slogan created atmosphere in the elections

According to the data, the rate of wastage of vaccines in Kerala was negative 6.37 percent while in West Bengal this figure is negative 5.48. A negative wastage figure for vaccines means that the extra dose in each vial must also be used up. Also Read – Important news for people using CoWin Portal, use it carefully or else you will get blocked

In Chhattisgarh, 15.79 percent of the vaccines were wasted and in Madhya Pradesh, 7.35 percent of the vaccines were wasted. In Punjab, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra, 7.08 per cent, 3.95 per cent, 3.91 per cent, 3.78 per cent and 3.63 per cent and 3.59 per cent of vaccines went waste, respectively. Also Read – 14-year-old girl’s love for her neighbor, if she did not agree to explain, then the father took this dreadful step…

According to government data, 790.6 lakh vaccines were supplied to the states and union territories in the month of May, out of which 610.6 lakh were used in vaccination. At the same time 658.6 lakh doses were used and 212.7 lakh doses were left.

Vaccination was less in May as compared to April. Then 898.7 lakh were vaccinated, 902.2 lakh were used and 80.8 lakh were saved.

In India, 38 percent of people over the age of 45 were given their first dose of vaccine by June 7. This figure is 92 percent in Tripura, 65-65 percent in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, 53 percent in Gujarat, 51 percent in Kerala and 49 percent in Delhi. This figure was 19 percent in Tamil Nadu, 24-24 percent in Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh and 25 percent in Bihar.

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