Vaccination in the country has crossed the figure of 97 crores, the Health Minister said – will achieve the target of 100 crores next week


The corona vaccination campaign in the country is increasing day by day. With this, the number of vaccinations has crossed 97 crores. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said that till 7 pm on Thursday, more than 27 lakh doses have been administered across the country. Today was the 272nd day of vaccination. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Thursday said that India hopes to achieve the 100 crore vaccination target around October 18 or 19.

Releasing the Coffee Table Book on COVID Warriors, it will be announced at seaports, railway stations, bus stations, metro stations and airports when 100 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccine are administered to people in India. So far 73 percent of adults in the country have been given the first dose, while 30 percent of adults have been given both doses.

Mission mode will start as soon as the target of 100 crores is achieved

Health Minister Mandaviya tweeted, ‘The country is moving towards the 100 crore vaccination target. So far 97 crore doses of Kovid-19 vaccine have been administered. We will continue to fight against Corona. He said, ‘Once the target of 100 crore doses is achieved, we will go on a mission mode to ensure that those who have taken the first dose also take the second dose to ensure their protection from Kovid-19. .


SpiceJet to put up one billion vaccine posters

Mandaviya said that the day the target of 100 crore vaccines is achieved, SpiceJet will put up one billion vaccine posters on its planes, which will also have pictures of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and health workers. He also released a coffee table and 13 videos on them published by the Ministry of Health to pay tribute to the Kovid-19 warriors. On Biological E vaccine, Mandaviya said delay in receipt of raw material led to delay in Biological E vaccine but data would be submitted by the end of November.



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