A decisive battle against the corona virus is beginning across the country from today ie 1st May. Today, the third phase of vaccination is being started in many states, then many states have raised their hands. This is the reason that from today onwards, before the commencement of the immunization campaign, ‘eclipse’ is seen on it. States like West Bengal, Karnataka, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh have postponed the vaccination campaign citing lack of vaccines. Bihar, Punjab and Maharashtra had announced to postpone the vaccination campaign on Thursday itself. He also reiterated his statement on Friday. However, some places in Maharashtra will be vaccinated. Today, people in the age group of 18 to 45 are to be vaccinated. So let’s know where the vaccine will be and where it will not. Explain that this is the third stage of vaccination against corona. Before that, health workers, frontline workers and people above 45 years of age have been getting vaccinated.
How many have been registered
From May 1, registrations for the vaccination started on the Kovin portal from 4 pm on 28 April and by Friday morning 24.5 million people had registered themselves. However, the news is that most states are not being given slots for vaccination. So far, 15.48 crore vaccine doses have been given to people above 45 years of age in the country.
People over 18 years of age will be vaccinated in UP today
In Uttar Pradesh, people over 18 years of age will get vaccinated from today. 3000 people will be vaccinated in 10 hospitals of UP. The health department has completed its preparations by late night. According to Additional Chief Medical Officer Dr MK Singh, this vaccine will be applied only to those who have registered themselves on the Kovin portal or Arogya Setu App. For those who did not get the slot, the slot has been opened since Friday evening. Everyone can choose the time and hospital.
Vaccination of 18-44 years old will be done at 11 district headquarters of Rajasthan
The new phase of corona virus immunization vaccination at 11 district headquarters of Rajasthan will start from Saturday, with vaccination of people in the age group of 18 to 44 years. The state’s Medical and Health Minister, Dr. Raghu Sharma said that from May 1, vaccination of people under the age of 45 years is starting at the state 11 district headquarters. Sharma said that the vaccine-producing Serum Institute of India has agreed to provide three lakh doses to Rajasthan at present, so vaccination for this age group is being started from the 11 district headquarters which are most affected by Kovid-19. Huh. The 11 district headquarters in which persons under 45 years of age are to be vaccinated include Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Bikaner, Udaipur, Alwar, Dhaulpur, Bhilwara, Kota, Sikar and Pali. Dr. Sharma told that vaccination will be started everywhere when higher doses will be received from the pharmaceutical company in the coming days.
Gujarat: In the ten districts, people between 18 and 45 years of age will be vaccinated from Saturday.
In the ten districts most affected by the epidemic in Gujarat, people between the ages of 18 and 45 will be vaccinated with the Corona virus vaccine from May 1.
Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that the state would get three lakh vaccines by Friday evening. Rupani said in a video message that the districts where more than 18 years of vaccination will start from May 1 include Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Jamnagar, Kutch, Mehsana, Bharuch and Gandhinagar. A day earlier he had said that there may be a delay in starting the new vaccination from May 1. He said on Friday that vaccination of people between 18 and 45 years of age would start from May 1. That day is also the foundation day of Gujarat.
Campaign started in some places in Maharashtra from today
The government of Maharashtra has expressed its inability to get vaccinations for people older than 18 years from today ie 1st May, citing lack of vaccine. But it is starting from today in many places in Mumbai which is a matter of relief. BMC said that from May 1, 18 plus people will be vaccinated in Mumbai. According to BMC, people above 18 years of age will be vaccinated at Nair Hospital, BKC Jumbo Facility, Cooper Hospital, Seven Hills Hospital and Rajawadi Hospital. 20 thousand people will be vaccinated at these centers.
Vaccination in private hospitals of Delhi from today
Some large private hospitals in Delhi will get vaccinations of people below 45 years from today. From today, Max, Apollo and Fortis hospitals in Delhi have decided to vaccinate people below 45 years of age. For this, hospitals have sourced some stock directly from vaccine manufacturers. However, there will be no vaccination in Delhi’s government hospitals from today.
West Bengal: Vaccination will not start
Due to lack of dose of Kovid-19 vaccine in West Bengal, people from 18 to 44 years will not start vaccination from Saturday. This information was given by a senior officer in the state health department. He informed that the vaccination of people above 44 years of age, however, would continue depending on the availability of doses at various centers.
Karnataka: No vaccine supply yet: Yeddyurappa
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said on Friday that vaccination of people above 18 years of age would be delayed in the state, as the vaccine had not yet been supplied. He was responding to the Centre’s directive regarding vaccination of people above 18 years of age from May 1. He said that the Health Minister, Dr. K.K. Sudhakar has categorically stated that the vaccine has not yet been supplied. We will vaccinate people once vaccines arrive.
Arunachal Pradesh: Vaccination of people above 18 years will be delayed due to technical reasons
The government of Arunachal Pradesh has postponed the program to give Kovid-19 vaccine to people between 18 and 44 years of age from May 1 due to technical reasons. National Health Mission (NHM) director for the state, Dr. CR Khampa, said on Friday that the third phase vaccination has been postponed indefinitely. However, he did not give any information about what the technical problems are.
Tamil Nadu and Jammu Kashmir postponed campaign
Amid uncertainty over the supply of Kovid-19 vaccine, the government of Tamil Nadu and Jammu and Kashmir on Friday postponed a comprehensive vaccination program for people aged 18 to 44 from May 1. The Tamil Nadu government said that the state government would continue the ongoing vaccination program with the current stock. Tamil Nadu had asked the Center for a dose of 1.5 crore vaccines, there is uncertainty as to when it will arrive. The Jammu and Kashmir administration said that the new date would be announced once the vaccine was supplied. The vaccine is expected to be received by 20 May.
Odisha: Immunization cannot begin today
The third phase of Kovid-19 vaccination for people aged 18-44 in Odisha will not start from May 1, as it is the first day of weekend off across the state and the state is short of vaccines. An official gave this information on Friday. Additional Chief Secretary (Health and Family Welfare) PK Mohapatra did not say when the third phase vaccination would begin.
Jharkhand: Vaccination will not start for anyone over 18
Vaccination of people above 18 and below 45 years will not start in Jharkhand from Saturday. Arun Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Development Commissioner cum Health Department has said that the vaccine is not available with the state government for people in the age group of 18-45. Due to this, the vaccination campaign starting from May 1 will not be started.
Uttarakhand: It will take a week now
Secretary (Health) Amit Negi said that in Uttarakhand, it will take a week to start vaccinating between 18 to 44 years of age.
Speaking to reporters at the media center on Friday, Amit Negi said that the state has sent 1.64 lakh vaccines demand to the central government. The Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech have to supply vaccines in the state. The state government is in constant touch with both companies as well as the central government. He said that it can take at least one week.