Corona Vaccine Distribution (Covid Vaccine Distribution) The war of words between the Center and the states has intensified. After allegations of Maharashtra and Delhi government Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan (Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan) tweeted on Thursday. Maharashtra has alleged that it has not been provided with sufficient vaccine according to its population. in country aStryzeneca’s Vaccine Covishield And India biotech vaccine is being applied to Kovaxin people.
The havoc of Corona, about 80 thousand children from these 5 states, including Maharashtra, were hit in a month.
Harsh Vardhan said that the accusation of bias by some states is nothing more than hulle and is an attempt by him to hide his failure. Maharashtra has alleged that it has not been provided with sufficient vaccine according to its population. The minister tweeted, Maharashtra and Rajasthan are among the top three states that have been given the highest vaccine doses of Corona. Both of these are non-BJP ruled states.
There is no shortage of # COVID19Vaccines in any state
– Dr Harsh Vardhan (@drharshvardhan) April 8, 2021
Maharashtra, the state with the highest number of corona cases, says that out of 3.5 crore corona vaccines purchased by the Central Government from Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech, only 7.4 lakh vaccines have been received by them. . It says that this is much less in terms of the 12 crore population of Maharashtra. State Health Minister Rajesh Tope said that opposition states are being discriminated against compared to BJP-ruled states.
According to Tope, Maharashtra needs 40 lakhs every week and 16 million vaccines every month. The population of Maharashtra is double that of Gujarat, but both states have got around 1 to 1 million corona vaccines. Haryana has also been given around 20 lakh vaccines. The minister had said that most of the districts of Maharashtra will have no stock of corona vaccine after April 10. Vaccination has already stopped in Satara. Vaccination will not be possible in Sangli also from Friday.