State Health Minister Rajesh Top said – not only in Maharashtra, but across the country, the application has caused problems in the implementation of the vaccination campaign.
The Maharashtra government on Saturday evening said that the campaign to vaccinate Kovid-19 in the state has been suspended till Monday due to problems in the Co-Win app. The central government has created this app to manage the registration for vaccination. Vaccination campaigns against the corona virus began across the country on Saturday morning.
State Health Minister Rajesh Tope told PTI-Bhasha, “Not only in Maharashtra, but across the country, this application has caused problems in the implementation of the vaccination campaign. We have decided to suspend the vaccination campaign for the next two days.”
A senior health official said many people did not receive the vaccine message on Saturday due to problems with the app. He said the Co-Win app had a problem that was discovered late Friday night and the problem could not be resolved until Saturday evening.
He said the state government had planned to vaccinate 28,500 health workers on the first day, but 18,425 were vaccinated, which is 65 per cent of the target on the first day.
(This news is not edited by NDTV team. It is published directly from Syndicate feed))