New Delhi, Feb 23: The cumulative variety of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered to healthcare and frontline workers within the nation has crossed 1.19 crore, the Union well being ministry mentioned on Tuesday.
A complete of 1,19,07,392 vaccine doses have been administered by 2,53,434 periods until 6 pm on Tuesday, based on a provisional report.
The beneficiaries embody 64,71,047 healthcare workers (HCWs) who’ve taken the primary dose, 13,21,635 HCWs who’ve taken the second dose and 41,14,710 frontline workers (FLWs) who’ve taken the primary dose.
While the countrywide vaccination drive was rolled out on January 16, the vaccination of FLWs began from February 2.
“A complete 1,61,840 vaccine doses got until 6 pm on Tuesday, the thirty ninth day of nationwide COVID-19 vaccination. Out of which, 98,382 beneficiaries have been vaccinated for 1st dose and 63,458 HCWs acquired 2nd dose of vaccine as per the provisional report,” the ministry mentioned, including that the ultimate experiences for the day can be compiled by late night time.
Over 1.14 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses administered to date in India: Health ministry
A complete of 8,557 periods have been performed until 6 pm on Tuesday.
The ministry mentioned 5 antagonistic occasions following immunisation (AEFIs) associated to the primary dose and three instances of AEFI associated to the second dose of the vaccine have been reported until 6 pm on the thirty ninth day of the vaccination drive.
The complete variety of 1,19,07,392 beneficiaries vaccinated consists of 5,82,966 from Bihar, 4,68,145 from Kerala, 7,20,392 from Karnataka, 6,75,401 from Madhya Pradesh, 10,03,706 from Maharashtra, 3,41,283 from Delhi, 9,01,400 from Gujarat, 12,26,775 from Uttar Pradesh and 7,60,539 from West Bengal, based on the provisional report.