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54,72,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine were found, important information related to the world’s largest vaccination program

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India Biotech is charging Rs 295 per dose for 38.5 lakh doses. The company will provide 1 of.5 lakh doses to the government free of cost.

Covid-19 Vaccination Drive: The first phase of vaccination against coronavirus began on Tuesday, under which the Serum Institute of India (SII), Oxford University’s Covishield (Oxford University’s Covishield) The first batch of vaccines The Union Ministry of Health said in a press conference today that preparations for the world’s largest immunization program are in full swing. During this period, the ministry also provided information on the number of vaccination campaigns.

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According to the Ministry of Health, the vaccine is being purchased at a cost of Rs 200 per dose (excluding GST) of Kovichild. Similarly, 55 million doses of Kovacin, developed by Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech, are being taken. Both of these vaccines have been approved by the DCGI for emergency use. India Biotech is charging Rs 295 per dose for 38.5 lakh doses. The company will provide 1 of.5 lakh doses to the government free of cost. In all, the central government has so far received 54,72,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine. All States / UTs will receive 100 per cent dose by 14th January. Asked why only 1.1 crore doses were ordered when the country needed more, the ministry said it would phase out supply orders in phases.

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According to the ministry, vaccines developed or manufactured in India are much cheaper than vaccines in Western countries. “Two doses of Pfizer can cost around 2, 2,800 and two doses of Modern can cost around Rs 5,400.” According to the Ministry of Health, four more vaccines are being developed in India which will be available for emergency use in the next month. The coronavirus vaccine is set to begin on January 16 and will be administered to health and frontline workers in the first phase.

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