Till Thursday, 100 crore doses of anti-corona vaccine have been administered in the country. 75% of the population has received at least one dose of the vaccine. According to the Union Health Ministry, in 9 states and union territories, 100 per cent adults have received at least one vaccine, while 31 per cent of the population has received both doses.
So far in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Lakshadweep, Sikkim, Uttarakhand and Dadra and Nagar Haveli, all people of 18 years of age and above have been given at least one dose of anti-coronavirus vaccine. It’s over
Among the five states where the maximum number of vaccines have been vaccinated, Uttar Pradesh is in the first place. Maharashtra is at second place, West Bengal at third, Gujarat at fourth and Madhya Pradesh at fifth place. In a tweet, Mandaviya congratulated the country on achieving this feat and said that it is the result of able leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In another tweet, he said, “After 100 crore doses, we will work in mission mode to provide second dose to all those who have received the first dose, to ensure protection against Kovid-19.”
The Health Ministry said that a total of more than 103.5 crore doses of anti-corona vaccines have been made available to all the states and union territories. States and Union Territories currently have 10.85 crore vaccines in stock. Corona vaccination started in the country on January 16 and health workers were first protected. Vaccination for front-line workers started from February 2, and in the next phase from March 1, immunization for the elderly above 60 years of age and people 45 years of age or older with serious diseases started. From 1 April, everyone aged 45 and above started getting vaccinated, then from 1 May the campaign to protect all adults started.