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Narendra Modi: 'Well done India'! Modi said in 'record number' vaccination! Congratulations to the health workers ...

Narendra Modi congratulated all those who have been vaccinated today. Modi also thanked the frontline Coronavirus Frontliners fighters and health work

Monday, June 21, 2021

/ by Avishek Bera

 

The News Cover: All records have been broken on the first day of free Covid-19 Vaccination. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated all those who have been vaccinated today. Modi also thanked the frontline Coronavirus Frontliners fighters and health workers for this unprecedented success. He also said, "India has done a very good job."

After the day-long corona vaccination across the country, Modi (PM Narendra Modi) wrote in a Twitter message on Monday evening, 'It is a great pleasure to have a record number of vaccinations today. Vaccines are the most powerful weapon in the fight against coronavirus. Congratulations to those who have been vaccinated. Thanks to all the front line fighters for working hard to vaccinate so many civilians (Covid-19 Vaccine). India has done a great job.

Free immunization of 18-year-olds has started in different parts of the country from Monday. According to the Centre's (Corona Vaccine Dashboard-dashboard.cowin.gov.in) statistics, 60,97,417 people in the country have been given corona vaccine doses till 8:30 pm on Monday. In all, a total of 26,33,13,942 corona tick doses have been given so far. The first dose was given to 23,26,44,613 people. The second dose was given to 5,05,69,129 people. The last time India's one-day vaccination hit a record high was on April 2. 42,75,158 covid doses were given that day.

However, this program has not been started in West Bengal yet. In this case, the state government has not provided enough vaccines. Mamata Banerjee's government has said that free immunization of all 18 seniors will be started on the basis of how many vaccines will be available tomorrow.

West Bengal Health Officer Ajay Chakraborty said, “The state now has 1.4 million doses of corona vaccine. It is not possible to vaccinate above 18 years of age with that amount of vaccine. The government will be able to take steps in this regard only if the supply of ticks increases. In that case we will take some time. He added, "We will continue vaccination on the basis of need. If we start vaccinating all adults now, the vaccines will not be available as needed.


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