States do not have stock, May 1 to 18+ age people vaccinated
From May 1, vaccination will be open for everyone over 18 years of age. But the eclipse seems to be visible on this mission because many state governments have said that they do not have enough vaccine available.
The campaign of vaccination continues to beat the outbreak of Corona. This campaign is going to gain new momentum from May 1. From May 1, vaccination will be open for everyone over 18 years of age. But the eclipse seems to be visible on this mission, because many state governments have said that they do not have enough vaccines available. In such a situation, vaccination is difficult everywhere. At the same time, the central government says that more than one crore vaccines are available with the state governments.
With regard to the new phase of vaccination that starts from May 1, the central government says that the state, union territories still have 1 crore vaccines left. Whereas 80 lakh doses are reaching in the next three days. The Indian government has so far provided 15.65 crore vaccines to the states for free.
According to the central government, so far the states have used a total of 14.64 crore doses. In such a situation, one crore doses are left and more than 80 lakh doses will be given to the states in the next three days.
These instructions to the states of the center on the vaccine
A letter has been written to the states on behalf of the Central Government regarding vaccination. In this, the Center has said that the vaccine stock should be used in such a way so that people above 18 years of age can get a new supply of vaccine. The supply that is being received directly to the states, it should be used for people above 18 years of age.
The Center says that half of the supply from the vaccine manufacturers will be given to the Center, which will be distributed by the Center in the states. In such a situation, the supply being received by the Center to the states should be used for those above 45 years of age, as is happening now.
Many states counted their problems
Many states like Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Odisha have raised the issue of vaccine deficiency, while in some places there has been a halt of vaccination. Regarding the new phase of vaccination, Rajasthan Health Minister Raghu Sharma says that there are a total of 3.25 crore people between the ages of 18-45 in our state, in such a situation, seven crore vaccine doses are needed. Our government has so far booked 3.75 crore vaccines, but the Serum Institute says that they cannot give them before May 15. In this way, how do we start vaccination?
Like Rajasthan, Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope says that he has approached both companies for his state, he needs about 12 crore doses. We have placed our demands in front of both companies, but no response has been received. In such a situation, there is a doubt on the commencement of vaccination from May 1. Apart from Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Punjab, Chhattisgarh have also said that there is no supply of vaccine in time.
Which state has so much stock left?
On the complaint of shortage of vaccine by Maharashtra, the central government says that so far 1.58 crore doses have been given to Maharashtra, out of which they have used 1.49 crore. Right now Maharashtra has more than 9 lakh doses and in the next three days three lakh more are reaching.
Delhi has so far received 34 lakh vaccines, out of which 31 lakh have been used. Delhi has 3 lakh left and in the next three days three and a half lakh more are to be got. Rajasthan has 3.13 lakh vaccine doses left, while four lakh are to be got. At the same time, UP has 10 lakh doses left and 11 lakh doses are going to be received.
Apart from these states, if we talk about Gujarat, then there are 6 lakh doses left and 5 lakh are going to reach here. At the same time, Bengal has received 1.09 crore doses so far, out of which four lakhs are left and 4 lakh more are to be received.
The mahaabhiyan starts on May 1
Let me tell you that so far about 15 crore vaccine doses have been made in India, on average 30 lakh doses are being applied every day. But from May 1, its pace is expected to increase. All people over the age of 18 will now be able to get the vaccine. Nearly two dozen states have announced to installation of the vaccine free of cost.
From four o’clock on Wednesday evening, anyone can register for vaccination on Kovin’s Portal or Arogyu Setu App. After registration, the person will know the date of vaccination, place and name of the hospital.