Uttar Pradesh Maharashtra Bihar Among Top 5 States With Over 10 Crore Unused Covid19 Vaccine Doses | Top 5 states, who is on the list? – News18 Bangla

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#NewDelhi: Covid vaccine is the only way to prevent coronary heart disease. And several states, including West Bengal, have been affected by the famine. In the meantime, sensational government information has come to light. The list shows that Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Bihar and Rajasthan are the top five states where there are still around 110 million unused vaccine doses of Covid-19 vaccine. That is what the government information says.

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According to the information provided by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in the Rajya Sabha, about 230 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine are currently available in the states of the country. Uttar Pradesh has the highest number of unused vaccine doses with a balance of 2.9 crore, followed by West Bengal (2.5 crore), Maharashtra (2.2 crore), Bihar (1.60 crore) and Rajasthan. (1.43 crore), Tamil Nadu. (1.35 crore) and Madhya Pradesh (1.1 crore).

Some states have the highest inventory in those states where the majority of the population still cannot take the first dose of the two-dose Covid-19 vaccine (Unused Vaccine doses). Uttar Pradesh, the largest state in India, for example, has an estimated population of about 3.5 billion people. In this respect then the place of Bihar. There are 1.69 crore unvaccinated people in this state. Other top states are Maharashtra (1.61 crore) and Tamil Nadu (1.24 crore).

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However, statistics show that the country has performed exceptionally well in administering more than 100 crore doses of Covid-19 vaccine (more than 125 crore doses have been given so far). Health experts warned that the rest of the population would be more vulnerable to immunization and vaccination.

“The first 10, 20 or 60% is easy, but the last 10-20% vaccination is difficult to carry forward because here you are talking about a population that is difficult to reach (or understand) for one reason or another. Vaccine expert Dr Gagandeep Kong had earlier told News18.com that the Narendra Modi government’s door-to-door vaccination drive ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ is expected to help carry the Kovid-19 vaccine. Statistics show that the number of first-dose vaccinators has increased by 5.9% since the initiative was launched in October, while the second-dose coverage has increased by 11.6%.

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