Corona Vaccine: Very few people are taking the second dose, Government's concern increased


The vaccination campaign is being impacted by the technical problems coming to the Kovin app and the difficulties in identifying those taking the Coronavirus vaccine. This has impacted the vaccine program for the second dose of the vaccine. This has been revealed in reports from all the states.

The second dose of vaccine in six states Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar, and Gujarat has started from Monday. P. The second round of vaccinations has started in Bengal, Goa, Tamil Nadu, and Haryana from Saturday. The second dose is given only after a gap of 28 days. The vaccination program began on 16 January.

P. Only 7273 people have taken the second dose in Bengal, whereas on January 16, about 15 thousand people had vaccinated in the first round. At the same time, only four percent of the people got vaccinated in Punjab in the second phase compared to the first round. On January 16, 1319 health workers were vaccinated, while in the second phase only 59 people were vaccinated.

Currently, two vaccines are being used in India - Oxford-AstraZeneca's Kovishield and Bharat Biotech's Kovaxin. Two doses are being applied to both these vaccines. A difference of four weeks has been asked between the first and second doses. Doctors say that the effect of this vaccine will not be seen without two doses. Let us tell you that there have been many cases across the country where people have become infected with corona after a single dose of vaccine. This has further increased the concern of the government.