The vaccination campaign against the coronary pandemic will start in the country from January 16. In the first phase, health workers will be vaccinated, but before that there was a dispute between Maharashtra and the central government. Both governments are facing vaccination. The Union government has retaliated after Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope alleged that the state was getting a low vaccine rate. The Union Health Ministry dismissed the allegations via Twitter on Wednesday. The ministry said there was no question of discrimination against any state.
According to the database of health workers, all states and union territories have been allocated an initial amount of Coveshield and Kovacsin 1.65 crore. The ministry has made several tweets in this regard. “Therefore, there is no question of discrimination against any state in allocating vaccine doses,” he said. .
States have been instructed to conduct vaccination sessions on ten percent reserves or waste and 100 vaccinations per day, the ministry said. Vaccinations that are inappropriate for one site per day are not advised. According to the Union Ministry of Health, states and central areas have been advised to increase the number of vaccination sessions, which will be functioning properly every day.
This is the starting point for the supply of vaccine doses and will be continually replenished in the following weeks.
Therefore, expressing any anxiety due to lack of supply is completely unfounded and unfounded.
– Ministry of Health (oMoHFW_INDIA) January 13, 2021
What did the Maharashtra government impose on the vaccine?
Out of a total of 17.5 lakh requirements for vaccination in the first phase, 9.83 lakh doses of coronavirus have been received, the Maharashtra government said. “The state has received 9.63 lakh vaccines from Cowshield and 20,000 vaccines manufactured by Bharat Biotech from the Serum Institute of India,” Rajesh Tope said. We need to give a person a two-dose vaccine over a period of four weeks, so that 55 per cent of the eight lakh registered health workers will be able to vaccinate.
The vaccine will start in the country from January 16
The vaccination campaign against the corona virus epidemic will start in the country from January 16. States have also received corona vaccines for this. People will be recruited in the Covision Shield and Covisin Vaccines of the Serum Institute of India. Earlier this month, both vaccines received a green signal from DCGI. At the same time, Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has said that the central government is fully cooperating with the states and central regions to vaccinate. Preparations are being made for the vaccine to come out January 16.