The Central Government is actively arranging for corona vaccination. Initially, the vaccine will be distributed free of cost to nearly 3 crore healthcare and frontline workers from the 16th of this month. The Union Ministry of Health has clarified that the beneficiaries do not have the option to choose any of the specific ones in Kovishield, Kovaggin. Witness Said in an article.
It said the government would decide which of the two vaccines would be given. That is, there is no option to take a favorite vaccine. The government aims to vaccinate 30 crore people in the country in the next eight months.
The Kovshield vaccine is manufactured by the Serum Institute of India (SII) in Pune, India. Initially, the central government had agreed to procure 1.1 crore vaccine doses from the company and 55 lakh doses from Bharat Biotech. Serum CEO Adarsh Poonawala said the first 10 crore doses would be sold to the government at a cost of Rs 200 per dose. He said the price of a single dose would reach Rs 220 if taxes were included. Kovaggin is priced at Rs 295 per dose without taxes. Including taxes, Rs. Becomes 09.5.
Bharat Biotech has assured that the government will agree to purchase 55 lakh doses, of which 16.5 lakh doses will be supplied free of cost. According to officials, Kovagzine was bought by the government for Rs 206 per dose. Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said in a statement on Wednesday that the corona vaccine would start showing its effect 14 days after taking the second dose.
In Andhra Pradesh Some Prohibition of lethal weapons in districts
In Andhra Pradesh, the Jagan government took a sensational decision. As forbidden to turn with sharp lethal weapons Prajasakti Published a news.
However, this prohibition does not apply to the AP as a whole. Authorities have issued orders enforcing the ban in Anantapur, Chittoor, Kadapa and Kurnool districts of Rayalaseema as well as Krishna, Guntur and Prakasam districts of Andhra Pradesh.
Effective January 16 for six consecutive months. The government has issued orders imposing a careful ban on the preservation of peace and security. Police warn that strict action will be taken if anyone is found with deadly weapons.
The first vaccine for a sanitation worker in Telangana
The first Kovid vaccine in the state will be given to a sanitation worker who has been providing special services at Gandhi Hospital for the last 10 months. Today Said in an article.
He will be vaccinated on the 16th of this month and distribution will start in the state of Telangana. The 139 vaccination centers on the first day are all in the public sector. Although it was initially decided to run 40 centers in private hospitals and 99 centers in government hospitals, the government changed its mind.
It is hoped that a full understanding of the issues will come if vaccinations are given in government medicine first. Dr. G. Srinivasa Rao, Director, Public Health, said that the first week will be conducted in all government hospitals and the second week in private. A visual media review was held with Union Health Ministry officials on Wednesday. They promised to fix the Covin app issues by Thursday evening.
If there are any problems in the app even after the vaccine distribution has started .. it is suggested to include the information offline. If the beneficiaries have any doubts, they should call 104, said the Director of Public Health.
The vaccination drive is in full swing at 139 centers in 33 districts of the state. So far, 3.64 lakh Kovishields, 20,000 Kovagsins and a total of 3.84 lakh vaccines have reached the state level warehouse. 5,527 Kovshield vaccine vials were sent to the respective districts.
In the first week, 55,270 government medical personnel will be vaccinated. Of these, Hyderabad had the highest number of 18,070 while Nagercoil district had the lowest at 230. About 1.60 lakh public sector doctors and staff will be vaccinated in phases. A few more doses from the center will be given to the private medical staff.
The health department has directed district officials to coordinate with local leaders in the distribution of the vaccine. On the other hand, Kovaggin vaccines manufactured by India Biotech in Hyderabad were shifted to various cities in the country on Wednesday. They were transported on special flights from Shamshabad Airport. As part of this, 20,000 vaccines were sent to Andhra Pradesh.
Whether there was a conspiracy in the temple attacks AP DGP Gautam Sawang
DGP Gautam Sawang said that there was no conspiracy in the series of attacks on temples in the state. Andhra Jyoti Stated in an article.
He said there were 44 incidents in the state from the burning of the Antarvedi chariot to the Ramatirtha incident, of which 29 cases were settled. Nowhere in them did the conspiracy appear, to investigate from all angles on the rest
He said a special investigation team (SIT) headed by DIG Akosh Kumar has been set up. He also indirectly commented to the Opposition that it was inappropriate to put caste, religious and regional impressions on the police who are constantly working to keep the state calm. DGP Sawang spoke to the media along with SIT chief Ashok Kumar at the police headquarters in Mangalagiri on Wednesday.
“The propaganda on social media about the attacks on temples in the state is not true. Of the 44 incidents that have taken place since September last year, 29 have been overshadowed. The conspiracy was not found in any of the teeth. Interstate gangs were also among the 80 people arrested. Riots and allegations started after the burning of the Antarvedi chariot.
Caste, religion and region are being attributed to the police like never before in history. Police were on duty at the risk of their lives to rescue people from the corona. It is not appropriate to make such accusations against us. We have set up 30,551 CCTV cameras in temples and peace committees in 15,394 villages. We surveyed 4,614 people, 1,635 of whom were ex-offenders.
Three days before the CCTV cameras were set up in Ramatirtha, someone had committed mischief. The Antarvedi chariot burning case has been handed over to the CBI but is yet to be taken up. We will be tough on those who make false propaganda on social media. “Don’t broadcast news without the media checking in,” Sawang said in the article.