The whole of India is vaccinating with the Covid-19 vaccine. Today, India recorded 12,059 new fresh cases of the Covid (Coronavirus disease) and 78 deaths have been reported across the Nation in the last 24 hours, which is reached the 1,08,26,363 total cases of India and 1,54,996 death reports by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) announced on Sunday morning. The hilarious report comes out when the whole nation has completely vaccinated more than 5.6 million health workers within 22 days of the launching of the inoculation drive.
India recorded 12,059 fresh Coronavirus Cases
The states are demanding to improve the vaccination coverage, also to decrease the vaccine wastage, the statement was shared by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Now, India has now 1,48,766 active Coronavirus cases in India. On Saturday, India analyzed 11,713 fresh Coronavirus infections and 95 death in 24 hours, the statement shared by the Ministry.
Manohar Agnani, who is an additional secretary of the MoHFW said,” Near 6 PM on Saturday, the total number of the person being vaccinated is 56,36,868, out of which 52,66,175 are healthcare workers. It is 54.7 % of the total cohort of healthcare workers”.
It is also announced that a total of 57,75,322 has been vaccinated on a Sunday morning, said Ministry.
As per the details, the Maldives is being vaccinated around 6,000 people against the Covid-19 which is reported in the first six days of the vaccination process. HPA shared Data that over 2,575 people have been vaccinated on Saturday, and they reached the total number of vaccination up to 6,854. Reports say, 5,588 people are vaccinated, those are living on Greater Male and while the remaining 1,266 vaccinated living on atolls.
On the other side, one million doses of Indian vaccine have been provided to Nepal and the first phase of its vaccination drive has given to 184,857 people. According to the reports, the first phase has conducted from 200 booths which is in 77 districts on Saturday.
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