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Country government ignores vaccine stocks and WHO guidelines… Serum speaks on the shortage of vaccines in the country

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A vaccination campaign is going on in India, which is battling the corona virus. Vaccines are being given to different priority groups ranging from 18+ in the country, but there is also a shortage of vaccines in many parts of the country. If 18+ people are not getting the vaccine, then 45+ people have to wait. Amid the ongoing vaccine shortages in the country, Suresh Jadhav, executive director of the Pune-based Serum Institute of India, said on Friday that the central government has been working for many age groups without knowing about vaccine stocks and without considering the World Health Organization guidelines Allowing vaccination.

In an health-related e-summit organized by Heal Health, Suresh Jadhav of Serum alleged that the government did not assess how much vaccine is available in India and what the World Health Organization guidelines are about it, many age groups People approved of vaccination. He said that the country should follow the WHO guidelines and accordingly vaccination should be done on priority basis.

Suresh Jadhav further said that initially 300 million people were to be given the vaccine, which required 60 crore doses, but before we reached this goal, without knowing how much vaccine was available, the government first 45 Opened the doors of vaccination to all people above the age of 18 years and then over the age of 18 years.

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He said, ‘This is the biggest lesson we learned. We should keep in mind the availability of the product and then use it judiciously. He emphasized that vaccination is necessary, people are vulnerable to infection even after the Maggar vaccination, so people should be cautious and follow corona prevention rules. Although double mutants of Indian variants have been neutralized, variants can still cause problems in vaccination.

Explain that so far more than 19.32 crore doses of Kovid-19 vaccine have been applied in the country. The Health Ministry gave its information on Friday. The Union Health Ministry said that 13,83,358 doses of the vaccine were given on the 126th day of the vaccination campaign on Friday. The ministry said that on Friday, 6,63,353 people aged 18–44 years were administered the first dose of the Kovid-19 vaccine, and thus in the age group 92 in 36 states and UTs since the beginning of the third phase of vaccination. , 73,550 beneficiaries have been vaccinated.

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