New Delhi: Vaccination is the biggest weapon in the ongoing war with Corona. Efforts are being made to complete the vaccination work fast, but now there is a shortage of vaccine in the country and there is a decline in the speed.
At one time, the figure which seems to be increasing rapidly, seems to be slowing down. It is the compulsion of the health workers doing the vaccination that they have only a fixed quota of vaccine. On the other hand, people are getting upset due to not being aware of this deficiency in advance.
changes made in the policy of buying vaccines of private hospitals
In view of the shortage of vaccines, the government has changed the vaccination policy. After which there has been a ban on buying the vaccine directly from private hospitals. Now the limit for buying vaccines in a month will be fixed. The order for the vaccine will have to be done through the Cowin platform only. The hospital will get the vaccine on the basis of weekly vaccination average.
The number of vaccinations in the country on Thursday exceeded 33 lakh
Amidst this shortage, 33,18,582 people were vaccinated in the country on Thursday. In which Madhya Pradesh stood at number one with 9,52,665 vaccinations. A total of 78,93,609 doses of anti-Covid vaccine have been given in the national capital so far. On Wednesday, around 1,46,000 people were given vaccine doses. Of these, 1,21,810 were given the first dose and 24,415 were given the second dose.