India on top in terms of daily vaccinations, on an average more than 34 lakh doses given every day

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By: Paromita Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-08 17:22:23 IST

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Covid Vaccination in India On an average, 3430502 doses of anti-corona vaccine are being given every day in the country. With this, India has reached the top worldwide in terms of daily vaccines.

To stop the uncontrollable pace of corona in the country, a vaccination campaign is being carried out at a rapid pace. On an average, 34,30,502 doses of anti-corona vaccine are being given every day in the country. With this, India has reached the top worldwide in terms of daily vaccines. According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry, a total of 9,01,98,673 doses of vaccine have been applied in 13,77,304 sessions so far.  

According to information provided by the Union Health Ministry, so far 89,68,151 health workers and 97,67,538 frontline employees have been given the first dose while 54,18,084 health workers and 44,11,609 frontline employees have been given the second dose. In addition, 3,63,32,851 beneficiaries above 60 years of age were given the first dose of Kovid vaccine while 11,39,291 beneficiaries were given the second dose. 

Not only this, 2,36,94,487 people between the ages of 45 and 60 years have been given the first dose whereas 4,66,662 beneficiaries of the same age have been given the second dose of Kovid Vaccine. The Ministry of Health says that India ranks first in the world in terms of daily anti-Kovid-19 vaccination. Currently, an average of 34,30,502 doses of Kovid vaccine are being given daily. Of the total vaccinations so far, 60 per cent have been done in Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, UP, Bengal, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala. 

According to the Union Ministry of Health, the number of infected people has increased to 1,29,28,574 after 1,26,789 cases of corona infection were reported in the last 24 hours in the country. During the last 24 hours, 685 people have died due to corona infection. Of the daily cases of corona, 84.21 per cent cases are from only 10 states. These include Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Kerala and Punjab. Maharashtra has recorded the highest number of 59,907 cases in the last 24 hours.  

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