In Satara Covid-19 Vaccine, Maharashtra, the work of Coronavirus Vaccine Drive has been stopped from Wednesday night. The district administration has cited the depletion of the Corona vaccine in the district. Vinay Gowda, Chief Executive Officer of Satara District Council gave this information. The first dose of vaccine has been given to 2.6 lakh people above 45 years of age in the district. State Health Minister Rajesh Tope said that the corona vaccine will end in the state in the next three days. He has requested the central government for help.
State Health Minister Rajesh Tope said in an interaction with NewsBust, ‘Only three days stock of Corona vaccine is left in the state. We have requested the Central Government to send the vaccine soon. Corona cases are increasing everyday in the state. There is also three days of stock left in Mumbai.
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He further said, “14 lakh doses are available as on date, which means that it is just a stock for three days.” So if we give five lakh vaccine doses every day, then we will need 40 lakh doses every week. Rajesh Tope told that he told the Union Health Minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, ‘Many of our vaccination centers do not have vaccines, due to which they have to be closed. If there is no dose, then they are sending people back. I am asking you to supply us the vaccine.
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