Covid-19 Vaccine India: The central government has stepped up the preparation of vaccination for the prevention of coronavirus in the country. Recently, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan had given a statement that by July 2021, about 25 crore people in the country will be immunized through the corona vaccine. 2 days ago, PM Narendra Modi also held a meeting with Chief Ministers of different states regarding the COVID 19 situation. He had then said that the states should work on increasing cold storage capacity as part of the preparation of vaccination. He spoke of forming a task force at the state, district and even block level. It is clear that now the country is going to get the vaccine soon. After all, what is the preparation of Modi government… ..
New wave of corona in India more dangerous
India has come second in the world in terms of the number of corona viruses. The total number of infected in India has crossed 92 lakhs. At the same time, there have been around 1.35 lakh deaths. The danger of new wave of corona in the country has increased. In states like Delhi, Gujarat and Maharashtra, once again the cases of corona are increasing rapidly, while the number of deaths is also increasing. In the last 24 hours, around 45 thousand new cases have been reported in the country. At the same time, about 500 people have died. Experts are considering the new wave of Corona more dangerous than before. In such a situation, Deya needs Corona vaccine as soon as possible.
Target of vaccination of 25 crores by July
According to Reuters, the Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan had said that there is a target to immunize 20-25 million people by the end of July, referring to the domestication of cocaine. He had said that Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and private company Bharat Biotech are developing the Corona vaccine COVAXIN in the country, which is expected to come in the market by February or March. Trial of the third and final phase of the vaccine is going on.
First high-risk ones
The central government’s plan is to make the corona vaccine first available to high-risk people. According to the government, the vaccine will be first delivered to those people who are at high risk. These include especially the elderly or people seriously suffering from some disease. Apart from this, corona vectors are also in its priority.
Preparation for large quantities of vaccine orders
Apart from the domestic vaccine, the government is also planning to import a large amount of vaccine. India has made advance booking to buy more than 150 crore doses. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, India ranks third among the countries with the highest number of vaccine purchase deals. America is at number one and European Union at number two.
100 million doses may come by January
Adar Poonawala of Serum Institute recently gave a statement that by January, India is going to get 10 crore doses of corona vaccine. In fact, the Serum Institute is a partner in the development of Kovyshield, the Oxford vaccine. There is an agreement with the Serum Institute of India for its manufacture in India. This vaccine has also proved effective in trial.
Distribution can be done properly
PM Modi has asked the state governments to form a committee which works on the ground level to ensure that everyone gets the benefit of vaccination at the right time. On the distribution strategy, he has asked the states to work together. The central government has asked states to form a task force for vaccination at the state, district and even block level. Apart from this, the states have been asked to work on increasing the cold storage capacity, so that the vaccine can be maintained better.