The Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday that India has become the fastest immunization country in the world, overtaking the US in the Kovid-19 anti-vaccination (Corona Vaccination). On an average daily 30,93,861 doses are being given in India. So far, more than 8.70 crore doses of Kovid-19 vaccine have been given in the country.
Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar has also tweeted about this. He tweeted that India is at the forefront of vaccination leaving all countries behind. According to the final report till 7 am, 8,70,77,474 doses of the vaccine have been given in a total of 13,32,130 sessions.
A reassuring news as India surpasses USA to become the fastest vaccinating country in the world.
Under PM @ narendramodi's leadership, lets all # Unite2FightCorona .
Medicine too, rigorously https://t.co/8STCl8q7PC
- Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) April 8, 2021
According to a media report, 171 million doses have been given in the US so far. At the same time, an average of 3.03 million doses were given last week.
Who got how many doses
Of these, 89,63,724 health workers have been given the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, while 53,94,913 health workers have been given the second dose. At the same time, the first dose has been given to 97,36,629 personnel of the advance front and the second dose to 43,12,826 personnel. Apart from this, the first dose has been given to 3,53,75,953 people above 60 years of age and the second dose to 10,00,787 people of the same age group. At the same time, the first dose was given to 2,18,60,709 people between 45 years and 60 years and the second dose was given to 4,31,933 people.
In the last 24 hours, doses of more than 33 lakh Kovid-19 vaccines have been given. Doses were given to 33,37,601 people on the 81st day (April 6) of the vaccination campaign in the country. Coronavirus cases are increasing steadily in the country and 1,15,736 new cases were reported on Wednesday. Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala accounted for 80.70 percent of the new cases. Maharashtra had the highest number of 55,469 cases. There were 9,921 cases in Chhattisgarh and 6150 in Karnataka.