The failure of the Indian Government to handle the pandemic has made the citizens bear the worst coronavirus surge in the world. And, instead of listening to its citizens and bearing accountability for its lapses, the state is bent on prohibiting people from even talking about it on social media.
MLA Paonam Brojen, after taking the COVID-19 vaccine, said people should not be hesitant to take the vaccine as it is absolutely safe.
Delhi on Saturday recorded highest single-day spike in COVID-19 as fourth wave of the pandemic hits the city.
Due to the shortage of COVID vaccine doses, Mumbai is likely to get up to 1.80 lakh more doses of COVID-19 vaccines on Friday.
As on Day-78 of the vaccination drive, April 3, 2021, 27,38,972 vaccine doses were administered countrywide.
Nodal officer of District Family Welfare Office, Thoubal, Dr Ksh Memcha appealed to the public to get vaccinated as the spread of second wave of COVID-19 may reach the state any time.
The total beneficiaries of COVID-19 vaccine in India include 89,03,809 HealthCare Workers (HCWs) who have taken the first dose and 52,86,132 HCWs who have taken the second dose.
The Union Health Ministry stated that eight states account for 60 per cent of the cumulative vaccination coverage across the country.
On the first day as many as 100 jawans were prepared to get vaccinated.
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In Manipur, the doctors who were given the first dose of the Covishield vaccination urged the public not to worry about getting side effects of the vaccine.
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh launched the inoculation drive in the state at JNIMS in Imphal on Saturday.
After launching the vaccine, a one-minute silence was observed to pay homage to the departed souls due to COVID-19.
The first COVID-19 vaccination drive in Manipur was launched at JNIMS, Imphal
The STF meeting deliberated on the rollout of COVID-19 for the first phase and the role of all stakeholders in the statewide campaign.
Children, younger people and some other categories of persons will have to possibly wait till 2022 to get vaccinated.
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the anticipated winter surge of Covid-19 and possible cases of re-infections indicate that the scenario of Covid-19 could change across the world and India, including Manipur
District immunization officer of Kamjong and Ukhrul districts, Dr Kapangring A Shimray has informed this IFP correspondent that there are 10 Cold Chain Points (CCP) in Kamjong and Ukhrul districts.