The destruction of Corona in India is at its peak. Vaccination appears to be the only way to slow down its pace. Although it has been three months since the vaccination campaign started, very few people have been vaccinated so far.
The number of District Wise Vaccine rollouts analyzed by the India Today Data Intelligence Unit (DIU) shows that only 37 (just 5 percent) of the 726 districts reviewed have so far had at least one vaccine dose of 20 percent or more. Have given to the people. Mahe in Puducherry and Jamnagar in Gujarat are the two districts where the maximum number of people have been vaccinated, according to data from Kovin App. According to the data, the first dose of vaccine has been given to one-third of the population in these districts.
At the same time, there are a large number of districts where the vaccination process is bad. About 58 percent of the districts are less than 10 percent while in 37 percent of the districts it is between 10 and 20 percent. Bijapur in Karnataka and Salmara in Assam are the two districts with the least vaccination. According to the app, less than 10 percent of the population has been vaccinated in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and many districts of the northeastern states. Here, more than 10 percent of the population has been vaccinated in many districts of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Kerala.
Currently, the first dose of vaccine has been administered to about ten percent of the population across India. The pace of vaccination in the country is so slow that it will take at least 117 days to deliver the first dose to the next ten percent of the population. The Reuters vaccination tracker is claiming something similar. Accordingly, there has been a significant decrease in the pace of vaccination in the last week.
Complete immunization of less than two percent Indians
In India, 9.3 percent of the population has received the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine. At the same time, the number of people who have been fully vaccinated with both doses has not even touched the figure of two per cent. According to Reuters, an average of 2337141 vaccines were administered daily in India last week. However, the rate was 35% lower than the fastest weekly vaccination rate in the country. On this basis, Reuters mathematical model estimates that it will take 117 days for India to deliver the first dose of vaccine to the next ten percent of the population.
Vaccine deficiency will be complete after July
There is not enough vaccine available in India at this time. Honor Poonawala of Serum Institute of India, the largest vaccine manufacturer, has said that the vaccine supply crisis in the country will continue till July.