Vaccine Crisis Continues, Uproar At Centers

Social distancing was flying to get the vaccine in Ambedkar Nagar District Hospital. – Photo : AMBEDKAR NAGAR

Ambedkar Nagar. There is no way out of the vaccine crisis. The availability of vaccine according to the target of vaccination being set at the centers remains difficult. As a result, a vaccination campaign was conducted at 31 booths of 13 centers on Thursday. During this, there was chaos due to the gathering of people at the centres. Along with this, social distancing was blown away, but there were many such people who did not even wear masks. During the campaign, the vaccine ended at two other centers including the joint CHC Akbarpur. The district is not getting enough availability of vaccine. As many citizens are reaching the centers, it is becoming difficult to get them vaccinated. In between, many times the campaign itself is getting stalled. After the arrival of the vaccine, vaccination seems to be gaining momentum again, but the crisis of the vaccine reappears. Meanwhile, 9300 doses of vaccine were made available to the district from the headquarters late on Wednesday evening, then on Thursday, the work of vaccination started again smoothly. The vaccine had ended in the district due to the vaccination campaign on Tuesday. As a result, the vaccination campaign came to a complete halt at many centers except Jalalpur CHC and Joint CHC Akbarpur. Due to this, the citizens who reached the respective centers to get the vaccine, had expressed strong displeasure. District Immunization Officer Dr. Hemant Kumar said that on Thursday, the vaccination campaign was conducted at 31 booths of 13 centers. In this, the target was to vaccinate 6200 citizens. Meanwhile, a large number of citizens reached the centers to get vaccinated. There was panic due to the arrival of a large number of citizens in the district hospital. During this, the corona protocol was flouted. Meanwhile, due to vaccination of a large number of citizens, the vaccine ended at many other centers including the Joint Community Health Center, Akbarpur. On the other hand, CMO Dr. Shrikant Sharma told that 9300 doses were available to the district. Around 6200 citizens were vaccinated in the campaign which started on Thursday. There has been a shortage of vaccine in one or two centers, but the work of vaccination is being done smoothly in the rest of the centers. People who came to get the vaccine expressed their displeasure about the crisis of vaccine and the ruckus happening during vaccination, the citizens have expressed their displeasure. Ramprakash and Rahul, who came to the district hospital to get the vaccine, expressed their displeasure and said that due to the crisis of vaccine, there is a ruckus. If the district gets the vaccine smoothly, then this type of turmoil can be avoided. Mohammad Shamim and Ankesh, who met at CHC Tanda, said that the way the crowd is gathering for vaccination and the corona protocol is being violated, the corona cannot be curbed. Those responsible should take concrete steps regarding this. Ekhlaq and Praveen, who went to Jalalpur to get vaccinated, said that if enough vaccines are not available, then such a system should be made so that there is no confusion among the citizens. When people leave work and come to get vaccinated, then they have to wait for hours. This situation is extremely unfair and worrying.

Ambedkar Nagar. There is no way out of the vaccine crisis. The availability of vaccine according to the target of vaccination being set at the centers remains difficult. As a result, a vaccination campaign was conducted at 31 booths of 13 centers on Thursday. During this, there was chaos due to the gathering of people at the centres. Along with this, social distancing was blown away, but there were many such people who did not even wear masks. During the campaign, the vaccine ended at two other centers including the joint CHC Akbarpur. The district is not getting enough availability of vaccine. As many citizens are reaching the centers, it is becoming difficult to get them vaccinated. In between, many times the campaign itself is getting stalled. After the arrival of the vaccine, vaccination seems to be gaining momentum again, but the crisis of the vaccine reappears. Meanwhile, 9300 doses of vaccine were made available to the district from the headquarters late on Wednesday evening, then on Thursday, the work of vaccination started again smoothly. The vaccine had ended in the district due to the vaccination campaign on Tuesday. As a result, the vaccination campaign came to a complete halt at many centers except Jalalpur CHC and Joint CHC Akbarpur. Due to this, the citizens who reached the respective centers to get the vaccine, had expressed strong displeasure. District Immunization Officer Dr. Hemant Kumar said that on Thursday, the vaccination campaign was conducted at 31 booths of 13 centers. In this, the target was to vaccinate 6200 citizens. Meanwhile, a large number of citizens reached the centers to get vaccinated. There was panic due to the arrival of a large number of citizens in the district hospital. During this, the corona protocol was flouted. Meanwhile, due to vaccination of a large number of citizens, the vaccine ended at many other centers including the Joint Community Health Center, Akbarpur. On the other hand, CMO Dr. Shrikant Sharma told that 9300 doses were available to the district. Around 6200 citizens were vaccinated in the campaign which started on Thursday. There has been a shortage of vaccine in one or two centers, but the work of vaccination is being done smoothly in the rest of the centers. People who came to get the vaccine expressed their displeasure about the crisis of vaccine and the ruckus happening during vaccination, the citizens have expressed their displeasure. Ramprakash and Rahul, who came to the district hospital to get the vaccine, expressed their displeasure and said that due to the crisis of vaccine, there is a ruckus. If the district gets the vaccine smoothly, then this type of turmoil can be avoided. Mohammad Shamim and Ankesh, who met at CHC Tanda, said that the way the crowd is gathering for vaccination and the corona protocol is being violated, the corona cannot be curbed. Those responsible should take concrete steps regarding this. Ekhlaq and Praveen, who went to Jalalpur to get vaccinated, said that if enough vaccines are not available, then such a system should be made so that there is no confusion among the citizens. When people leave work and come to get vaccinated, then they have to wait for hours. This situation is extremely unfair and worrying. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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