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Corona Vaccination Graph Dropped In Delhi As Soon As Festival Arrived, First Dose Reduced

Parikshit Nirbhay, New Delhi

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Fri, 15 Oct 2021 05:09 AM IST

Summary

Still 34 lakh registered adults in Delhi away from vaccine, the number may increase.

As soon as the festival approaches, while the vaccination of corona in Delhi has gone back 11 weeks, the number of people taking the first dose in the capital is continuously decreasing for the last 23 days. This is not because most of the people have been vaccinated but because the 34 lakh registered adult population in Delhi is still away from the vaccine and this number may increase.

According to experts, corona vaccination in Delhi needs the most attention. Pro. Giving the example of transgender population, Shantanu Sen said that the total number of registered voters in Delhi is 815, while the vaccine has been given to more than five and a half thousand so far. It is clear from this that the number of people taking the vaccine is more than the registered voters.

According to the Delhi government itself, the total population of the age group of 18 years and above is about 1.50 crore, out of which 1.26 crore have received both the first and 67.49 lakh people. According to this, there is a difference of about 34 lakhs in the registered population itself and after that no one has the figure of unregistered population.

In fact, according to the Kovin website, more than seven lakh vaccinations were being registered every week in Delhi since July 31, but in the week since October 9 till now, this number has reached only five lakh. Earlier, five lakh vaccinations in a week were recorded between July 24 and 30. After 10 weeks of continuous increase in vaccination, the decline has been recorded at a time when strict adherence to Covid vigilance rules and vaccination are being considered important due to festivals.

The number of people taking the first dose thus decreased
According to the Kovin website, till September 21, the number of people taking the first dose daily was being recorded more in Delhi, but since September 22, the number of people taking the second dose daily is the highest and the number of people taking the first dose is continuously decreasing. Is. A senior health department official told the reason behind this that between July and September, many people had got the vaccine, whose time is also coming to take the second dose. So this number is being recorded higher but the question is, why are those taking the first dose decreasing?

Today is the last day, will not get admission again
The official said that the department is serious about the first dose. Continuous efforts are being made for this. Recently, the Delhi government had issued an order under which the last day for the employees working in all the departments to take the vaccine is today i.e. Friday. After this, no employee will be allowed to enter the office from Saturday. They will be sent on leave until they have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Similarly, the district administration is also being asked to emphasize on increasing vaccination.

Record made for two weeks, then down with a bang
According to the central government, the states have enough vaccines, but the vaccination graph in Delhi is showing a different picture. After reaching record highs for two weeks, this graph came down to such a degree that vaccinations fell by more than 70 percent. Between 18 and 24 September and 25 September to 1 October, 11.59 and 11.26 lakh vaccinations were done in two weeks respectively, which is the first time since January 16, but followed by 7.92 lakh between October 2 and 8 and again from October 9 till now. Only 5.08 lakh people got the vaccine.

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As soon as the festival approaches, while the vaccination of corona in Delhi has gone back 11 weeks, the number of people taking the first dose in the capital is continuously decreasing for the last 23 days. This is not because most of the people have been vaccinated but because the 34 lakh registered adult population in Delhi is still away from the vaccine and this number may increase.

According to experts, corona vaccination in Delhi needs the most attention. Pro. Giving the example of transgender population, Shantanu Sen said that the total number of registered voters in Delhi is 815 transgenders, while the vaccine has been given to more than five and a half thousand so far. It is clear from this that the number of people taking the vaccine is more than the registered voters.

According to the Delhi government itself, the total population of the age group of 18 years and above is about 1.50 crore, out of which 1.26 crore have received both the first and 67.49 lakh people. According to this, there is a difference of about 34 lakhs in the registered population itself and after that no one has the figure of unregistered population.

In fact, according to the Kovin website, more than seven lakh vaccinations were being recorded every week in Delhi since July 31, but in the week since October 9 till now, this number has reached only five lakh. Earlier, five lakh vaccinations in a week were recorded between July 24 and 30. After 10 weeks of continuous increase in vaccination, the decline has been recorded at a time when strict adherence to Covid vigilance rules and vaccination are being considered important due to festivals.

The number of people taking the first dose thus decreased

According to the Covin website, till September 21, the number of people taking the first dose daily was being recorded more in Delhi, but since September 22, the number of people taking the second dose daily is the highest and the number of people taking the first dose is continuously decreasing. Is. A senior health department official said the reason behind this is that between July and September, many people had got the vaccine, whose time is also coming to take the second dose. So this number is being recorded higher but the question is why are those taking the first dose decreasing?

Today is the last day, will not get admission again

The official said that the department is serious about the first dose. Continuous efforts are being made for this. Recently, the Delhi government had issued an order, under which today ie Friday is the last day to take the vaccine for the employees working in all the departments. After this, no employee will be allowed to enter the office from Saturday. They will be sent on leave until they have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Similarly, the district administration is also being asked to emphasize on increasing vaccination.

Record made for two weeks, then down with a bang

According to the central government, the states have enough vaccines, but the vaccination graph in Delhi is showing a different picture. After reaching record highs for two weeks, this graph came down to such a degree that vaccinations fell by more than 70 percent. Between 18 and 24 September and 25 September to 1 October, 11.59 and 11.26 lakh vaccinations were done in two weeks respectively, which is the first time since January 16, but followed by 7.92 lakh between October 2 and 8 and again from October 9 till now. Only 5.08 lakh people got the vaccine.

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