The rate of vaccination in the district is slow – the rate of vaccination in the district is slow

The vaccination rate in the district is slow
Shamli On the one hand, the government insists on vaccinations to prevent corona, while the vaccination rate in the district is slow. The number of vaccines is not increasing. Compared to the first dose, the number of people who receive the second dose is less than 50 percent.
Starting January 16, the government launched a free vaccination campaign to prevent corona infection. Health workers were vaccinated first, followed by frontline workers, then over 60 or comorbid people. After that, vaccines are given to people between the ages of 45 and 59. The number of healthcare workers and frontline workers who received the vaccine with the first dose is more than 75 percent, while the number of those who received the second dose was fewer. Currently, given the vaccination status, the number of people getting the first dose is below 25 percent of the target. The district vaccination officer Dr. Rajkumar Sagar says people are constantly being motivated to vaccinate. The reason for the low vaccination percentage is not clear, but from April to May, high fever and corona infection are considered the reasons for low vaccination.
The second dose is taken after 12 to 16 weeks
The district vaccination officer Dr. Rajkumar Sagar said that according to government policy, the difference between the first second dose was 28 days. Six to eight weeks followed. Now the time in the new guideline has been increased from 12 to 16 weeks. Because of this, the time has increased for those who took other doses.
Vaccination status in the district so far
Category – Target – First Dose – Percentage – Second Dose
Health workers – 4244 – 3312 – 78.03 – 2255
Front workers – 4392 – 3344 – 76.13 – 2145
Comorbid and 60-year-old beneficiaries (March) – 30,184 – 19,462 – 64.48 – 0
45 years (April, May) – 142984 – 70252 – 49.13 – 17102
Vaccination status this week
Date – Target – Vaccines – Percent
May 22 – 5000 – 1726 – 34.52
May 21 – 4800 – 1101 – 22.94
May 20 – 5000 – 1184 – 23.68
May 19 – 5300 – 533 – June 10
May 18th – 5700 – 811 – 14.23
May 17 – 5900 – 1054 – 17.86

The vaccination rate in the district is slow

Shamli On the one hand, the government insists on vaccinations to prevent corona, while the vaccination rate in the district is slow. The number of vaccines is not increasing. Compared to the first dose, the number of people who receive the second dose is less than 50 percent.

Starting January 16, the government launched a free vaccination campaign to prevent corona infection. Health workers were vaccinated first, followed by frontline workers, then over 60 or comorbid people. After that, vaccines are given to people between the ages of 45 and 59. The number of healthcare workers and frontline workers who received the vaccine with the first dose is more than 75 percent, while the number of those who received the second dose was fewer. Currently, given the vaccination status, the number of people getting the first dose is below 25 percent of the target. The district vaccination officer Dr. Rajkumar Sagar says people are constantly being motivated to vaccinate. The reason for the low vaccination percentage is not clear, but from April to May, high fever and corona infection are considered the reasons for low vaccination.

The second dose is taken after 12 to 16 weeks

The district vaccination officer Dr. Rajkumar Sagar said that according to government policy, the difference between the first second dose was 28 days. Six to eight weeks followed. Now the time in the new guideline has been increased from 12 to 16 weeks. Because of this, the time has increased for those who took other doses.

Vaccination status in the district so far

Category – Target – First Dose – Percentage – Second Dose

Health workers – 4244 – 3312 – 78.03 – 2255

Front workers – 4392 – 3344 – 76.13 – 2145

Comorbid and 60-year-old beneficiaries (March) – 30,184 – 19,462 – 64.48 – 0

45 years (April, May) – 142984 – 70252 – 49.13 – 17102

Vaccination status this week

Date – Target – Vaccines – Percentage

May 22 – 5000 – 1726 – 34.52

May 21 – 4800 – 1101 – 22.94

May 20 – 5000 – 1184 – 23.68

May 19 – 5300 – 533 – June 10

May 18th – 5700 – 811 – 14.23

May 17 – 5900 – 1054 – 17.86

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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