The vaccination won’t happen today – the vaccination won’t happen today

Muzaffarnagar. Back in the district, the vaccine is in trouble to save Korana. The health department no longer has the undercover vaccine. In such a situation, the vaccination campaign was also affected. For this reason, there will be no vaccination on Tuesday.
With the rise in corona infection in the district, citizens over the age of 45 are getting more vaccinations. Vaccination is given in all CHCs, PHCs and health centers, including the district hospital. The Kovishield vaccine will be installed in state hospitals while private doctors will receive Covicine.
There has been a shortage of covisilated vaccines in the district for the past fifteen days. As part of the vaccination campaign, which used to vaccinate 72 stalls, it has now been reduced to the district hospital and CHC, PHC. Three days ago, the district received only six thousand doses of Kovishield, which expired after vaccination on Monday. The health department no longer has a vaccine. In such a situation, the vaccination campaign is affected. The incumbent CMO Dr. SK Agarwal says the request for the vaccine has been sent. Vaccination is only allowed if the vaccine arrives.
3,132 people were vaccinated in the district
Muzaffarnagar. On Monday, 3,132 people in the district received an anti-coronary vaccine. The first dose was given to 1528 people over the age of 45 and the second dose to 1604 people.

Muzaffarnagar. Back in the district, the vaccine is in trouble to save Korana. The health department no longer has the undercover vaccine. In such a situation, the vaccination campaign was also affected. For this reason, there will be no vaccination on Tuesday.

With the increase in corona infection in the district, citizens over the age of 45 are getting more vaccinations. Vaccination is given in all CHCs, PHCs and health centers, including the district hospital. The Kovishield vaccine will be installed in state hospitals while private doctors will receive Covicine.

There has been a shortage of covisilated vaccines in the district for the past fifteen days. As part of the vaccination campaign, which used to vaccinate 72 stalls, it has now been reduced to the district hospital and CHC, PHC. Three days ago, the district received only six thousand doses of Kovishield, which expired after vaccination on Monday. The health department no longer has a vaccine. In such a situation, the vaccination campaign is affected. The incumbent CMO Dr. SK Agarwal says the request for the vaccine has been sent. Vaccination is only allowed if the vaccine arrives.

3,132 people were vaccinated in the district

Muzaffarnagar. On Monday, 3,132 people in the district received an anti-coronary vaccine. The first dose was given to 1528 people over the age of 45 and the second dose to 1604 people.

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