Central Government launches New Corona Vaccine Policy From TodayVignesh Subbaian (Author) Published Date : Jun 21, 2021 05:30 IST
The Central government's new corona vaccination policy goes into effect today. Thus people are eagerly awaiting the answer to the question of whether the vaccination program will gain momentum across the country.
The country's Government vaccination program is moving to the next level as the vaccine is said to be the only weapon to protect against the corona. The complete curfew also helped as a keep tool in reducing the vases across the nation.
The number of vaccines available to India's population during the last month was only eight crores. This led to a shortage of vaccines in the states. State governments and opposition parties have repeatedly raised the question of why not enough vaccines are available.
As a result, the state governments are abandoning the policy of purchasing vaccines, and the central government is taking steps to increase the procurement of vaccines.
As a result, the number of vaccines available to the public in June rose to 12 crores which will be welcomed by the states who are in need of vaccines.
But that number is not enough. About 35 lakh people are vaccinated every day across the country. But the impact of the third wave can only be controlled if one crore people are vaccinated every day. The power of the third way is said to be higher than the first and the second.
In this situation, the central government is taking various measures to increase the purchase of vaccines. The main challenge is to increase the purchase of vaccines as well as increase distribution and use. As per the reports, it is to be noted that nearly 6 per cent of the vaccines distributed to states so far have been wasted.
The central government plans to distribute 2016 crore vaccines in India by the end of this year. But there will be a delay in reaching. The key questions are whether the vaccines can reach the public without being wasted.
It is in the midst of such challenges that a new change in vaccination policy is taking effect. So the expectation among the people has increased. It is in the midst of such challenges that a recent change in vaccination policy is taking effect. So the expectation among the people has increased.
At the same time, the purchase of 25 per cent of the vaccines produced in the country by private companies and distribution to the public and corporate employees will reduce the burden on the central and state governments to some extent.
As per the governments advice, forget not to wear a mask in public places, wash hands at regular intervals, sanitize the hands, and much-needed is maintaining social distancing. Get vaccinated when the turn comes. Avoid going out for the unnecessary purpose.