Beginning of the end of Corona starts, 3 lakh people to be vaccinated on first day

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New Delhi : Taking a decisive step in the fight against the Coronavirus, which has been going on for almost a year, India will begin its biggest vaccination campaign on Saturday. Three lakh health workers of the country will be vaccinated on the first day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the vaccination by addressing the Chief Ministers and Health Ministers of all the States and Union Territories through video conferencing at 10:30 am. He will launch the Covin website and app. However, common people will be able to register themselves on the Covin app from March for vaccination.

A simultaneous vaccination campaign will be started across the country and a total of 3006 vaccination centers have been set up in all states and union territories. Sudhir Bhandari, Principal of Sawai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur, Rajasthan, will be given the first vaccine dose, while the security guard of a hospital in Madhya Pradesh and others including an assistant will be among the first to take the vaccine.

PM Modi can also share vaccination experiences with the first 100 health workers during this period. According to the Ministry of Health, a person must take two doses of the same vaccine. However, the second dose will have to be taken 28 days later. Covishield and Covaxin vaccines have been supplied to all states of the country. Under the first phase, 1.65 crore doses have been sent. Vaccination will be done four days a week across the country on Mon, Tue, Thursday and Saturday. According to this, 12 lakh people will get the vaccine in a week.

Vaccination to 100 beneficiaries at each center
Vaccination will be carried out at 2,934 centers across the country, which will be connected virtually. Around 100 beneficiaries will be vaccinated at each center on the inauguration day. During this period, health workers from both government and private sectors will be vaccinated. This digital platform will assist program managers of all levels during the conduct of vaccination sessions.

Who will not be vaccinated?
– No vaccine to women under 18 years of age and those who are lactating
– Pregnant women or those who do not know about their pregnancy, will also not get vaccinate
– Controlled blood pressure and diabetes patients will not get vaccine for three months

Who will be vaccinated?
– If diabetes, blood pressure, heart or kidney disease are in an uncontrolled state, such patients will be vaccinated first.
– Those who have been given Plasma must wait at least two months for the vaccine
– It is necessary to give vaccine only after one to two months if critical condition patient is discharged from hospital

Special attention to patients suffering from bleeding and clotting
People who have problems related to bleeding or clotting have to take full care before getting the corona vaccine. The effect of the vaccine is expected to be rapid in these patients. In such a situation, it is important to know before the vaccination that the person does not have any such problem.

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