New guidelines for vaccination: Revised COVID 19 Vaccine 2nd dose schedule for Covishield & Covaxin

Above 45 years of age will get corona vaccine from April 1, the Union Cabinet announced

New Delhi: All people above 45 years of age will get the vaccine for Covid-19 vaccine from April 1. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar announced this on Tuesday. Announcing the government’s decision, Javadekar appealed to all eligible people to get themselves registered for the corona virus virus vaccine. The Union Minister assured the country that there is no dearth of Corona vaccine supplements in the country.

Addressing a press conference, Javadekar said, “We have a sufficient amount of vaccine available.” All eligible people must be registered as it is a shield against Covid-19. All people above 45 should be vaccinated. “

When asked to comment on the UK corona virus variant cases found in Punjab, Javadekar said that I am not a health expert, but can say that the virus spreads in many variants and more cases are expected right now. He said that the states which are reporting more cases, we are in constant touch with them.

As advised by scientists and world scientific bodies, the second dose may be administered between the fourth and the eighth week, specifically for covishield.

India has approved Covaxin developed by Bharat Biotech and Covishield from Oxford-AstraZeneca and Serum Institute of India.

The Union Ministry of Health stated that as of 7 o’clock this morning the provisional report 4,84,94,594 corona vaccine doses have been administered through 7,84,612 sessions.

The Union Cabinet decided to allow people over 45 years of age to vaccinate after Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with several Chief Ministers regarding the growing cases of corono virus in the country.

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