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COVID-19: Six Indian states and UTs vaccinate all adults with first dose

COVID-19: Six Indian states and UTs vaccinate all adults with first dose | Information

New Delhi: Union Well being Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Sunday (September 12, 2021) knowledgeable that six Indian states and UTs have vaccinated all their adults with the primary dose of COVID-19 vaccine. All adults in Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Goa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Ladakh and Lakshadweep have obtained at the very least one dose of the vaccine because the cumulative jabs administered throughout the nation crossed 74 crores on Sunday. 
Whereas Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu have given out 6.26 lakh first doses, Goa has given 11.83 lakh doses. Himachal Pradesh has thus far given the primary dose of vaccines to over 55 lakh individuals and Ladakh has thus far given 1.97 lakh first doses. Lakshadweep (53,499 doses) and Sikkim (5.10 lakh doses) are the opposite UT and state with a 100 per cent eligible inhabitants vaccinated with the primary dose of the vaccine.
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“Congratulations to those states and Union Territories for administering the primary COVID-19 vaccine dose to 100 per cent of the grownup inhabitants. Particular appreciation for the well being employees in these areas for his or her diligence and dedication, the workplace of Union Well being Minister Mansukh Mandaviya tweeted.
Congratulations to those States & UTs for administering the primary #COVID19 vaccine dose to 100% of the grownup inhabitants.
Particular appreciation for the well being employees in these areas for his or her diligence & dedication  pic.twitter.com/pH89J7lhtF
— Workplace of Mansukh Mandaviya (@OfficeOf_MM) September 12, 2021
In keeping with knowledge from the CoWIN portal, round 50,25,159 vaccine doses have been administered until 8 pm on Sunday.
That is to be famous that the countrywide vaccination drive was rolled out on January 16 with healthcare employees getting inoculated within the first section. Subsequently, the vaccination drive was prolonged to frontline employees on February 2.
The following section of the COVID-19 vaccination drive commenced from March 1 for individuals over 60 years of age and people aged 45 and above with specified co-morbid circumstances. The nation had then launched vaccination for all individuals aged over 45 years from April 1. 
For individuals above 18, the Centre had expanded the vaccination drive on Could 1.
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