On Sunday, Congress said there was a shortage of vaccines in the country and that the central government should release statistics by district on vaccinations. Because there are a lot of facts behind statistics. On this issue, Rahul Gandhi targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, claiming he was “arrogant”. He tweeted in Hindi: “One is an epidemic, even the most arrogant minister!”
एक तो महामारी,— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) May 23, 2021
उस पर प्रधान अहंकारी! pic.twitter.com/fO0GzXBpvL
Along with the tweet, Rahul also cited a report in which an official from the Serum Institute of India (SII), a company that makes Covishield, alleged that the government had vaccinated people of all age groups, regardless of the current stock. vaccine and WHO guidelines. Began to give.
Congress leader P. Chidambaram said similar reports came from Telangana after vaccinations were stopped among 18-44 year olds due to the vaccine shortage in Delhi. He tweeted: “The Union Health Ministry should provide daily immunization statistics by district. There are so many disturbing facts hidden in the statistics of the entire state.
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No vaccinations were carried out in 29 of the 33 districts of Telangana
Chidambaram said, “Will Harshvardhan’s argument that ‘there is no shortage’ answer the facts in Delhi and Telangana?” The former Union minister said no vaccinations had been carried out in 29 of Telangana’s 33 districts due to a vaccine shortage.
He accused the lack of vaccines to be the reason for the low number of daily vaccinations. Chidambaram urged Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan to work with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to come to a conclusion on the matter.
Karnataka: Stop vaccination for 18+ in many states including Delhi
He said the Center says states have 1.6 crore of vaccines available, but many states, including Karnataka and Delhi, have stopped immunizing due to vaccine shortages. The Congressional government constantly criticizes the vaccination policy.
So far, 19.50 million people in the country have been vaccinated
The Union Health Minister said on Sunday that the number of vaccines donated for protection against COVID 19 had crossed 19.50 crore on Sunday. “According to the provisional report received this morning, 19,50,04,184 doses of the vaccine were administered out of a total of 28,00808 immunization sessions,” the ministry said. Of these, 97 52 900 are health workers who received the first dose of the vaccine.
While 67,00,614 health workers received a second dose. 1,49 52,345 frontline workers received the first dose of the vaccine and 83,26,534 frontline workers received the second dose of the vaccine.
99,93,908 beneficiaries aged 18 to 44 (first dose), 6,06,90,560 (first dose) aged 45 to 60 and 97,87,289 beneficiaries (second dose), 5,65,55,558 (first dose) elderly over 60 years old And 1,824,476 beneficiaries (second dose).