Received 7,600 cans, finished in four hours

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Ghazipur. The 7600 eye dose that came into the district on Friday ended in four hours. In such a situation, the lack of a continuous vaccine worries both beneficiaries and the public health department. Especially people taking the second dose are now worried about the vaccine. So far, four lakh 18 thousand 66 people have received the first dose and 63 thousand 80 people in the district. Here the department has again requested 21 thousand doses, the beneficiaries are facing major problems in the district after the daily vaccination has ended. More than four thousand people are vaccinated every day. In such a situation, health workers posted to vaccination centers get into trouble every day because they do not receive the vaccine according to demand. The situation is that the beneficiaries are not receiving the vaccine because there is not a sufficient dose available in the state hospitals other than the district and women’s hospitals. At the same time, the beneficiaries have to migrate for the second dose. So far, if we look at the Department of Health’s statistics, more than four lakhs have received the first dose of the vaccine. At the same time, the number of beneficiaries who received the second dose has dropped to only 63 thousand 80. Nodal ACMO Dr. Umesh Kumar said this problem is due to the unavailability of the vaccine as per demand. A letter was also sent to the government to provide more vaccine bottles.

Ghazipur. The 7600 eye dose that came into the district on Friday ended in four hours. In such a situation, the lack of a continuous vaccine worries both beneficiaries and the public health department. Especially people taking the second dose are now worried about the vaccine. So far, four lakh 18 thousand 66 people have received the first dose and 63 thousand 80 people in the district. Here the department has again requested 21 thousand doses, the beneficiaries are facing major problems in the district after the daily vaccination has ended. More than four thousand people are vaccinated every day. In such a situation, health workers posted to vaccination centers get into trouble every day because they do not receive the vaccine according to demand. The situation is that the beneficiaries are not receiving the vaccine because there is not a sufficient dose available in the state hospitals other than the district and women’s hospitals. At the same time, the beneficiaries have to migrate for the second dose. So far, if we look at the Department of Health’s statistics, more than four lakhs have received the first dose of the vaccine. At the same time, the number of beneficiaries who received the second dose has dropped to only 63 thousand 80. Nodal ACMO Dr. Umesh Kumar said this problem is due to the unavailability of the vaccine as per demand. A letter was also sent to the government to provide more vaccine bottles.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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