New Delhi: The central government has so far given 38 crore 60 lakh corona vaccine doses to the states and union territories. Out of which more than 37 crore 16 lakh doses have been given. According to the Union Health Ministry, more than 1 crore 44 lakh vaccine doses are left with the states. At the same time, more than 11 lakh vaccine doses will be given in the next three days.
So far, more than 38,60,51,110 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 which a total of 37,16,47,625 doses have been given till 8 am on June 11, which includes medical wastage.
More than 11,25,140 vaccine doses are in the pipeline
At the same time, 1,44,03,485 doses of corona vaccine are still available with the states which are to be given. At the same time, according to the Union Health Ministry, more than 11,25,140 vaccine doses are in the pipeline and states and union territories will be available within the next 3 days.
So far more than 37 crore 60 lakh vaccine doses have been given in India. According to the Union Health Ministry, 37,60,32,586 vaccine doses have been given till Friday morning, in which 30,31,71,498 people have been given the first dose while 7,28,61,088 both doses have been given. In the last 24 hours i.e. on July 10, 37,23,367 vaccine doses were given.
According to the data available on the CoWin portal till this morning, 19,90,94,535 men and 17,21,08,180 women have been given vaccine doses in India. Out of which 32,50,18,471 doses of Covishield, 4,60,68,139 of Covaccine and 1,81,395 of Sputnik have been given.
The number of corona infected patients in the country has increased to 3,08,37,222.
In India, 41,506 new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours and 895 people have died. With this, the number of corona infected patients in India has increased to 3,08,37,222, out of which 2,99,75,064 people have been completely cured of the infection while 4,08,040 patients have died. The number of active cases i.e. those patients who are undergoing treatment in the country is 4,54,118 which is 1.47% of the total cases. At the same time, the recovery rate ie the rate of recovery from corona infection is 97.20% while the death rate is 1.32%.
The nationwide vaccination campaign was launched on 16 January and vaccination of frontline workers started on 2 February. The next phase of corona vaccination started from March 1, in which people above 60 years of age along with people above 45 years of age who have serious illness started vaccination. At the same time, vaccination was started for every person above 45 years of age from April 1. Vaccination of people in the age group of 18 to 44 years started from May 1. Whereas from June 21, the introduction of free vaccination to people above the age of 18 years started.
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