New Delhi: Corona vaccination in India started from January 16 and so far more than 39 crore vaccine doses have been given, out of which only 7 crore 78 lakh people have received both doses of corona vaccine. has been installed. At the same time, 40 crore 31 lakh vaccine doses have been given by the central government so far, but despite this, vaccination is not taking place in many states. In such a situation, the question is whether at this speed all the people of the country will be able to be vaccinated by December.
Despite the lapse of more than 6 months since the vaccination started, only 39,13,40,491 doses of vaccine have been administered so far, out of which 31,35,29,502 people have been given the first dose, while 7,78 ,10,989 people have received both doses of corona vaccine. In six months only 7.78% of the people have been vaccinated. In such a situation, how will all people in India be vaccinated by December? There are many types of questions about this.
NITI Aayog member Dr VK Paul says, "Vaccine information availability, production and supply are marked with the states in front of them. Planning is done by explaining. States know that how many vaccines are going to come, which vaccines are going to come, planning should be done on the basis of this. This is not a 100 meter race. It is a long lasting journey and as soon as the vaccine is made, without delay, people try to get the vaccine."
Dr VK Paul said, "This is a dynamic system, the clearance of CDL is obtained after stability test, then after that batch is released then after that it is shared with the states and keeping that in mind, the states should plan and vaccinate."
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