The war against Corona continues! Health Minister said- India will cross the historic figure of crore covid vaccine doses in the next few days says health minister mansukh mandaviya

Covid Vaccination Drive: The war against Corona continues in the country. Corona vaccine is currently being given to people above 18 years of age in India. The effort of the government is to reach the eligible people as soon as possible. In the midst of all this, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya (Mansukh Mandaviya) Told that in the coming few days, the figure of anti-Covid vaccination will cross the historic 100 crores. He said that India is strengthening the supply of vaccine and in October more than 28 crore doses will be produced.Also Read – Mission 100 Days: Center’s campaign to control Corona during the festive season. Coronavirus Mission 100 Days

Talking to reporters, Mandaviya said that about 73 percent of the eligible population have been given at least one dose of the anti-Covid vaccine, while about 29 percent of the population have been given both doses. He said that the states now have more than eight crore doses of the vaccine. Also Read – Domestic Flight: From October 18, domestic aircraft will fly in the country at full capacity, the government has approved

The minister said that 28 crore doses will be available this month, while 22 crore doses were available in September. He said that out of 28 crores, about 22 crore doses will be of Kovishield vaccine and 60 million doses of Covaccine vaccine will be provided. He informed that about 60 lakh DNA vaccines will be produced. Also Read – Lockdown: Nationwide lockdown going to happen again? Train services will remain closed till Diwali! Know what is the reality…

Mandaviya said that around 97 crore doses have been administered so far and next week, probably by October 19 or 20, the number of vaccine doses in the country is expected to reach 100 crore. Official sources said the health ministry has no plans to give a booster dose at the moment, as the opinion of experts on the matter is yet to be clarified.

Expressing satisfaction over the overall vaccination programme, he said that hardly any state is now complaining about the shortage of vaccines. When asked about the political allegations and counter-allegations between the Delhi BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party government in the national capital over the ban on Chhath Puja due to the pandemic, the sources said that all states have Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to observe the festival. And no politics should be done on this.

Delhi government has written a letter to Mandaviya in this regard. In fact, the BJP’s state unit has targeted the Arvind Kejriwal-led government for this. When asked whether the central government was considering resuming exports of vaccines, official sources said it would be considered only after the domestic requirement is met.

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