PM Narendra Modi will address the nation at 10 o’clock today, discussion on vaccination or some other purpose?


India, standing on the cusp of victory in the war against Corona virus, has set a new record by doing more than 100 crore vaccinations in just 9 months. Amidst this achievement regarding vaccination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the country today. The Prime Minister’s Office has informed that PM Modi will address the nation at 10 am today. However, information about what will be the main theme of the address has not been given. But it is believed that he will give a new message to the country in the war against Corona.

Actually, it is expected that India’s 100 crore immunization achievement will give its address. It is believed that what will be India’s next strategy against Corona, how to defeat Corona completely, you can give a message on all these issues. Let us tell you that India has crossed a new milestone against Corona. The vaccination figure in the country has crossed the record 100 crore mark and India has become the second country after China to do so. On Thursday morning, India reached the milestone of vaccination against Kovid-19 when one billion people had been vaccinated. The government wants all 944 million adults in India to be vaccinated this year. The target of 100 crore COVID-19 vaccinations includes both first and second doses.

how many vaccines

Kovid vaccination started in India from 16 January. The country crossed the mark of one billion Kovid-19 vaccine doses in 9 months. India found a significant milestone of 100 crore vaccines like this – 1 to 10 crore doses 85 days, 10 to 200 million doses 45 days, 20 to 300 million doses 29 days, 30 to 40 crore doses 24 days, 40 to 50 crores Dose 20 days, 50 to 60 crore doses 19 days, 60 to 70 crore doses 13 days, 70 to 80 crore doses 12 days, 80 to 90 crore doses 13 days, 90 to 100 crore 19 days.

at what stage who vaccinated

In the first phase, vaccine doses were given to health workers and frontline workers. In the later phase, the vaccine was given to people above 60 years of age. From April 1, the vaccine was given to all people above 45 years of age in the country. After this, from May 1, it was announced to give the vaccine to all people above 18 years of age in the country. Initially, there was hesitation among people towards the vaccine in the country. People seemed to hold back from taking it due to lack of awareness. There were various misconceptions about the vaccine, especially in rural areas. Those misconceptions were cleared and people were motivated to take the vaccine.




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