Vaccination Update In India: So far, 3.81 lakh people have been vaccinated, 580 people have side effects, know every update
It has been three days since the country’s largest vaccination began in the country. During this period, 3.81 lakh people were vaccinated, out of which 580 cases of adverse reactions have been reported. Seven people have been admitted to the hospital. Two people have died, but these deaths have no connection with the vaccine. The Union Health Ministry gave this information on Monday.
Additional Secretary Manohar Agnani in the Union Health Ministry said that till 5 pm on Monday, 1,48,266 people were given vaccines in 25 states and union territories. He said that according to the interim report, 3,81,305 people have been given vaccines in a total of 7,704 sessions till 5 pm on Monday evening. On Monday, 1,48,266 people were vaccinated. Of these, 8,656 in Bihar, 1822 in Assam, 36,888 in Karnataka, 7070 in Kerala, 6,665 in Madhya Pradesh, 7,628 in Tamil Nadu, 10,352 in Telangana, 11,588 in West Bengal and 3111 in Delhi were vaccinated.
Agnani said that since the vaccination started on January 16, 580 cases of adverse effects have been reported so far and seven people have to be hospitalized. He said that three people were admitted to hospitals in Delhi, out of which two have been discharged and one has been kept under observation at Max Hospital, Patpadganj. In Uttarakhand, a person who has been vaccinated in case of adverse effects has been kept under observation at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh and his condition is stable.
The ministry said that in Chhattisgarh, one person has been kept under observation at the Government Medical College, Rajnandgaon, while two such cases have come from Karnataka, one in the district hospital of Chitradurga and the other in the Challakare General Hospital in Chitradurga district. is kept.
Death not related to vaccine
Agnani said two vaccine deaths have been reported, including a 52-year-old man who died in Moradabad, according to the postmortem, not linked to the vaccine. The cause of his death is ‘cardiopulmonary’ disease. He said that the second death occurred in Bellary, Karnataka, which was vaccinated on 16 January and died on Monday. He was 43 years old. Her death was due to a heart ailment and a postmortem is scheduled to be held on Monday at the Vijayanagar Institute of Medical Science in Bellary, Karnataka.