Coronavirus vaccine shortage in these states

New Delhi, 8/4 (AO Bureau):The second wave of corona in the country has caused a furor. The government has also accelerated the pace of vaccination. Meanwhile, many states have complained of a shortage of vaccine doses. After which there has been a dispute between the state governments and the center. Several states, including Maharashtra, Haryana, and Odisha, have claimed that there is a shortage of vaccines in them. Vaccine centers have come to a standstill in Satara-Sangli, Mumbai, Maharashtra. At the same time, Odisha has also demanded the vaccine dose from the central government. With this, Health Minister Satyendar Jain of the Delhi Government said that now only 4-5 days stock is left in the state. So a dose of vaccine should be sent. However, the Central Government has termed this claim of the states as baseless. The Center says that there is a sufficient dose of vaccine in the country. Therefore, state governments should not do politics about the matter.

Let us know which five states are lacking in the vaccine in the country: –

Delhi: – In Delhi Government Health Minister Satyendra Jain said about the allegations of the Center that we can also say that the pace of vaccination is slow in the Central Government hospitals in Delhi itself. There is only 30-40 percent vaccination in the hospitals of the center, due to which there is a decrease in the figures of Delhi. But this is not the time to fight, but to work together.

Maharashtra: – Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope has said that only 14 lakh doses of Corona vaccine are left with the state, which will last only three days and many vaccination centers have to be closed due to lack of vaccines. People coming to such vaccination centers are being sent back because the vaccine doses have not been supplied. We need 40 million doses every week. With this, we will be able to give six lakh doses every day in a week.

Odisha: – PK Mohapatra, Under the Chief Secretary of the Health and Family Welfare Department of Odisha, has written a letter to the Union Ministry of Health, requesting to give 15-20 lakh doses of Kovishield to run the vaccination smoothly in the state. He said that according to the available stock in the state and the pace of vaccination, only three more days are left for the dose.

Noida-Ghaziabad: – Noida and Ghaziabad, adjacent to the capital Delhi, are also now undergoing vaccine stock. According to reports, only 12 thousand vaccine vaccines are left near Ghaziabad and 13 thousand doses are left with Noida. Ghaziabad recently received only five thousand doses of the vaccine. After the lack of vaccine in Noida, now the number of vaccination centers has come down to 41.

With this, the stocks of Corona vaccine are now running out in Chhattisgarh, Telangana, and Haryana. The governments here have appealed to the Center to provide vaccines in large quantities.

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