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Increase The Speed ​​Of Vaccination Har Ghar Dastak Campaign Starts From Today

Summary

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya recently shared the details of the campaign in a meeting with state health ministers. Meanwhile, till Sunday afternoon, the vaccination tally in the country has crossed 106 crore. Of these 32.88 crore people have taken both the doses.

Vaccination line.
– Photo: Amar Ujala.

In order to speed up vaccination in the war against Corona, the Central Government is going to start the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ campaign in collaboration with the states from Monday. The medical team will knock every house and those who have not yet taken the vaccine or have not reached for the second dose, the team will be responsible for their complete vaccination. In Uttar Pradesh too, vaccination camps will be organized from Monday in the villages included in the clusters made in various blocks. Vaccines will be administered by dividing the villages into three parts.

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya recently shared the details of the campaign in a meeting with state health ministers. Meanwhile, vaccinations in the country crossed 106 crores till Sunday afternoon. Of these 32.88 crore people have taken both the doses. However, single dose vaccination is currently more than 73 crores. There are 12 crore people who have not reached the vaccination center to take the second dose. For their search and registration of new people, the government has decided to run a campaign across the country for a month.

PM to hold meeting with 40 DMs
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the district magistrates of 40 districts with slow pace of vaccination on November 3 as soon as he returns from a foreign trip. The Prime Minister’s Office said on Sunday that districts where less than fifty percent people have taken the first dose and the number of people who have taken the second dose is also less, they have been included in this meeting. Among the 40 such districts are districts of other states including Jharkhand, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra and Meghalaya.

WHO should approve Covaxin: Modi
In the G-20 conference, PM Modi said that to deal with Corona, we have to take the vision of ‘One Earth-One Health’. India has played the role of a drug manufacturing hub and a trusted ally of the world. In such a situation, the World Health Organization should immediately recognize the Indian vaccine Covaxin. We promise that by next year we will make five billion doses for the world.

Corona has weakened, not finished
This is the condition of Sadar Bazar in Delhi, where people have gathered for Diwali shopping. In the excitement of the festival, people are neither worried about their lives nor their loved ones. A day before Dhanteras, such a state of carelessness was seen in most of the cities of the country.

Zydus Cadila vaccine Rs 265 per dose
Zydus Cadila has agreed to reduce the price of its vaccine, Zycov-D, to Rs 265 per dose. This is the first vaccine approved for children above 12 years of age. The needle free vaccine dose would require a disposable painless jet applicator of Rs 93. This will bring the price to Rs 358.

Expansion

In order to speed up vaccination in the war against Corona, the Central Government is going to start the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ campaign in collaboration with the states from Monday. The medical team will knock every house and those who have not yet taken the vaccine or have not reached for the second dose, the team will be responsible for their complete vaccination. In Uttar Pradesh too, vaccination camps will be organized from Monday in the villages included in the clusters made in various blocks. Vaccines will be administered by dividing the villages into three parts.

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya recently shared the details of the campaign in a meeting with state health ministers. Meanwhile, vaccinations in the country crossed 106 crores till Sunday afternoon. Of these 32.88 crore people have taken both the doses. However, single dose vaccination is currently more than 73 crores. There are 12 crore people who have not reached the vaccination center to take the second dose. For their search and registration of new people, the government has decided to run a campaign across the country for a month.

PM to hold meeting with 40 DMs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the district magistrates of 40 districts with slow pace of vaccination on November 3 as soon as he returns from a foreign trip. The Prime Minister’s Office said on Sunday that districts where less than fifty percent people have taken the first dose and the number of people who have taken the second dose is also less, they have been included in this meeting. Among the 40 such districts are districts of other states including Jharkhand, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra and Meghalaya.

WHO should approve Covaxin: Modi

In the G-20 conference, PM Modi said that to deal with Corona, we have to take the vision of ‘One Earth-One Health’. India has played the role of a drug manufacturing hub and a trusted ally of the world. In such a situation, the World Health Organization should immediately recognize the Indian vaccine Covaxin. We promise that by next year we will make five billion doses for the world.

Corona has weakened, not finished

This is the condition of Sadar Bazar in Delhi, where people have gathered for Diwali shopping. In the excitement of the festival, people are neither worried about their lives nor their loved ones. A day before Dhanteras, such a state of carelessness was seen in most of the cities of the country.

Zydus Cadila vaccine Rs 265 per dose

Zydus Cadila has agreed to reduce the price of its vaccine, Zycov-D, to Rs 265 per dose. This is the first vaccine approved for children above 12 years of age. The needle free vaccine dose would require a disposable painless jet applicator of Rs 93. This will bring the price to Rs 358.

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