New Delhi: So far, the central government has given 31 crore 51 lakh corona vaccine doses to the states and union territories, out of which more than 30 crore 35 lakh doses have been administered to the people. According to the central government, more than 1.15 crore vaccine doses are left with the states. At the same time, more than 20 lakh vaccine doses will be given to the states for the next three days.
So far more than 31,51,43,490 vaccine doses have been given to the States and Union Territories by the Government of India through free channel and through Direct State Procurement category. Out of this, a total of 30,35,97,466 doses have been given till 8 am on June 27, which includes medical wastage. At the same time, 1,15,46,024 doses of corona vaccine are available with the states, which are to be given. At the same time, according to the Union Health Ministry, more than 20,48,960 vaccine doses are in the pipeline and states and union territories will be available within the next 3 days.
Vaccination figure in the country crosses 32 crores
So far 32,17,60,077 vaccine doses have been given in the country, out of which 26,53,84,559 people have been given the first dose while 5,63,75,518 people have been given both the doses. This also includes the vaccine dose given by private hospitals.
Negative impact on the supply of states due to vaccine wastage
In the new phase of the nationwide immunization drive that began on June 21, the central government will procure and supply 75% of the vaccines being produced by vaccine manufacturers in the country free of cost to states and union territories. According to the population of the states, the number of infected and the speed of vaccination, the central government will give the vaccine. Vaccine wastage will have a negative impact on the supply of states.
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