It is known that Nepal will start the second phase of the Vaccination Program from April 7 using vaccines donated by China to fight the deadly infection of the corona virus.
Nepal’s Health Minister of Nepal said on Monday that if the necessary precautions are not taken, then in June, a new wave of Coronavirus infection in the country will be at its peak. The Health Minister’s statement came at a time when the number of infections in the country has increased to 2,78,210. Addressing the House of Representatives, Health and Population Minister Hridayesh Tripathi said that the decline in the rate of infection of COVID-19 since October has been increasing since February.
He said that if we do not effectively implement public health regulations like applying masks and prevention of social distance for the prevention of infection, then the country will face another extreme level of infection wave in June this year. Can.
So that lockdown does not have to be applied
Tripathi also said that the Nepal government is working on a plan to give vaccines to about six lakh people by the middle of July. The minister said that the increasing cases of infection in India has increased the concern in Nepal and the government is preparing so that it does not have to be forced to impose lockdown again.
Let us know that Nepal will start the second phase of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign from April 7 using vaccines donated by China to fight the deadly infection of the corona virus. The first phase of the vaccination campaign began in January with 10 million doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine provided under grant-in-aid in line with India’s ‘neighbor first’ policy.
The second phase of vaccination will start from April 7
Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population, Dr. Jogeshwar Gautam told that the second phase will start from Wednesday, April 7. 8,00,000 doses of China-made vaccine-Vero Cell will be given to advance front personnel as well as personnel involved in trade activities across the Himalayas in the mountainous region. Gautam told that under the scholarship schemes, this Chinese vaccine will also be given to Nepali students studying in China and students preparing to go to China for further studies.
Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Hou Yankee handed over the vaccines of COVID-19 to Health and Population Minister Hridayesh Tripathi during a special program held in Kathmandu on 29 March. Nepal has given conditional emergency approval to the use of Corona virus vaccine Vero Cell, prepared by China’s Beijing Institute of Biological Products on 18 February this year.
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