Vaccination can start for general public anytime after half March, Health Minister said – adequate dose is

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For the general public in India Corona virus The vaccine may be available at any time after half March. Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan gave this information in Parliament on Friday. Harshvardhan told in Parliament that people with air over 50 years would be involved in this phase. This is because those above 50 years of age are at greater risk of corona virus.

Please tell that Corona virus vaccination started in India on January 16 this year. Since then, health workers, police and front line workers have been vaccinated from the first week of February. The Minister of Health told the Parliament that in the first phase of vaccination, the target of immunization of about one crore health workers from both public and private sectors was set, which is also going forward very fast.

The Health Minister said that about 2 crore frontline workers are to be vaccinated in the second phase, second phase vaccination has started in many places of the country from February 2. He said that after the completion of the first and second phase, the third phase would start in which all people over 50 years of age would be vaccinated. The Health Minister said that it may not be possible to give a date for this, but there is a possibility that vaccination will start sometime in the second, third or fourth week of March.

The Minister said that the government has adequate dosage for further vaccination and under the Universal Immunization Program the existing cold storage facilities have been strengthened and used for storage of vaccines. As of 1 February, more than 2 crore vaccine doses have been provided to all states and union territories.

So far more than 56 lakhs have been vaccinated
The Union Health Ministry said on Saturday that more than 56 lakh people have been vaccinated against the Kovid-19 vaccine so far in the country and no cases of serious adverse effects or deaths have occurred after vaccination. Under Secretary in the Ministry Manohar Agnani said that so far a total of 5636868 people have been vaccinated, of which 5266175 are health workers and 370693 are Front Front personnel. On 2 February, vaccination was introduced for advance front personnel.