Daily cases of coronavirus are continuously increasing in the six states of the country - Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, and Karnataka. Meanwhile, the Union Health Minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan said that the government has approved vaccination on any day of the week and at any time as per the convenience of the people. He says that this step will ease people. Hospitals have also welcomed the move. He says that now it will cause less congestion in the hospital.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that now people can get vaccinated any day of the week and any time according to their convenience. Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Wednesday that the government has lifted the time limit for vaccination of Kovid-19 vaccine to speed up the vaccination with a view to speeding up the coronavirus and now people can do it any day of the week as per their convenience And can be vaccinated at any time.
Harshvardhan tweeted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi understands the importance of health and time of countrymen. Harsh Vardhan tweeted, 'The government has abolished the time constraint to speed up vaccination. Citizens of the country can now get vaccinated at any time of the week and any time as per their convenience.
He said, "Prime Minister Narendra Modi understands the value of citizens' health as well as their time." Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said in a press conference on Tuesday that the deadline for vaccination of people from nine to five in the morning has been ended and now the hospitals have to decide that after this time limit Whether you want to continue vaccinating or not.
Kovid-19's nationwide vaccination campaign began on January 16 with the vaccination of health workers. Those who have been given the first dose for 28 days have started taking the second dose from 13 February. At the same time, vaccination of the personnel of the Front Front started on February 2.
Subsequently, from March 1, the vaccination of people over 60 years of age and those above 45 years of serious illnesses started. As per the preliminary report, till 7 am on Wednesday morning, 1.56 crore (1,56,20,749) vaccines have been given in 3,12,188 sessions across the country.
Among those who have been given vaccine doses, 67,42,187 health workers (first dose), 27,13,144 health workers (second dose), 55,70,230 advance frontman (first dose), 834 advance frontline personnel (second dose), 71,896 beneficiaries (first dose), aged above 45, and 5,22,458 beneficiaries above 60 years of age, with other diseases.