Coronavirus Vaccination India: The Union Health Ministry said on Monday that 3,81,305 people have been given vaccination against COVID-19 so far in the country. After vaccination, 580 cases of adverse effects have been reported. COVID 19 vaccination has started in the country from 16 January. Healthcare workers and frontline workers are being vaccinated under the first phase.
Additional Secretary in the Union Health Ministry, Manohar Agnani said that till 5 pm on Monday, 1,48,266 people were given vaccines in 25 states and union territories. In addition, till 5 pm on Monday, 3,81,305 people were given vaccines. During the vaccination on Monday 18 January, 8656 in Bihar, 1822 in Assam, 36888 in Karnataka, 7070 in Kerala, 6665 in Madhya Pradesh, 7628 in Tamil Nadu, 7628 in Telangana, 10352 in West Bengal, 11588 in West Bengal and 3111 people in Delhi were rescued from COVID 19. The vaccine was introduced.
7 people admit to hospital due to adverse effects
Agnani said that after the vaccination started on January 16, 580 cases of adverse effects have been reported so far. Three people were admitted to the hospital in Delhi, out of which two have been discharged and one has been kept under observation at Max Hospital, Patpadganj. The official said that one person was admitted to AIIMS Rishikesh in Uttarakhand and his condition is stable. One person has been kept under observation in Chhattisgarh, while two people have been admitted to the hospital in Karnataka. Additional Secretary said, “There have been no cases of serious side effects of the vaccine so far.
Death in UP not due to vaccination
On the death of two people after the Corona vaccine, the Health Ministry said that the death in Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh has no relation with vaccination. At the same time, postmortem report is yet to come in the case of second death in Bellary, Karnataka.