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Thursday, March 4, 2021

cost of corona vaccine In India

  The second phase of corona vaccination: The central government has increased the cost of corona vaccine to Rs. 250 decided

Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said the corona vaccine would be given free of cost at government hospitals in the state

The cost of the corona vaccine has long been debated. The government has finally announced the price of the corona vaccine. The corona vaccine will be available free of cost at government hospitals, while a single dose at a private hospital will cost Rs 250. The price includes Rs 150 for the corona vaccine and Rs 100 for administration.

Corona vaccine will be given to the general public from March 1. The vaccine will initially be given to sick people over the age of 60 and over the age of 45. The vaccine will be provided free of cost at government hospitals, while private hospitals will charge a small fee.

Patients with serious illnesses will have to show a certificate, the government issued the format

Those who are 60 years of age or older must carry an ID card at the time of registration and vaccination. People between the ages of 45 and 60 who have a serious illness will need to show a medical certificate. The government has released a list of 20 diseases in the area. This form needs to be certified by a doctor.

The central government has increased the cost of corona vaccine
The central government has increased the cost of the corona vaccine

Registration can be done in three ways

Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan and Empowered Group on Vaccine Administration Chairman Dr. R.S. The meeting, organized by Sharma, will be attended by the health secretaries of each of the Union Territories. At the meeting, the central government told the states and union territories that registration could be done in three ways. Advance registration using Co-Win 2.0 or the Health Bridge app, on-site registration at the Vaccination Center, and Facilitated Cohort Registration. Under Facilitated Registration, the government will rely on Ashavarkar, Panchayat members and women's self-help groups, which will provide the authorities with information on eligible members for the second phase of vaccination.

6 The number of new cases increased in the state

On Saturday, the Union Health Ministry said that the number of new cases of corona has increased in six states - Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Gujarat. Corona cases are on the rise in Maharashtra. 8,333 new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. Since then, 3,671 new cases have been reported in Kerala and 611 in Punjab. Out of the total 16,488 new cases in the last 24 hours, 85.75 percent of cases are from 6 states and union territories.

However, no deaths were reported in 17 states and union territories during the 24-hour period. The states are Gujarat, Odisha, Chandigarh, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, Puducherry, Manipur, Mizoram, Lakshadweep, Ladakh, Sikkim, Daman and Diu, and Dadra Nagar Haveli, Andaman, and the Nicobar Islands, Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Rogaland.

A meeting of the Cabinet Secretary was held today regarding the growing case

It may be noted that today the Cabinet Secretary held a meeting on the growing cases of corona in Telangana, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, and West Bengal. During this time there was a discussion about reducing the speed of transition of the corona and resolving it quickly.

1 crore people have missed the vaccine

To date, 1,42,42,547 people have been vaccinated against corona, including 66,68,975 healthcare workers and 51,19,695 frontline workers.

Vaccination will also be given in Gujarat from March 1

The Gujarat government has also announced to give corona vaccine after the decision of the central government. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said the corona vaccine would be given free of cost at government hospitals in the state. A dose of the vaccine will be given at a private hospital at a cost of Rs 250. At this price Rs., 100 will be charged in the form of an administrative charge, the price of the vaccine has been fixed at Rs.150.

Do you need to be vaccinated?

No, the government has repeatedly said that it is up to you to get vaccinated, but experts are saying that you should be vaccinated if you are in the priority group, for two reasons-

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You are at higher risk of getting infected with coronavirus than others. This is why you have been placed in the priority group. If you get vaccinated, you will not only be protected against corona, but you will also be able to prevent it from reaching other people.

You can cause coronavirus infections to your personal individuals. If you stay safe, you will inevitably be able to protect your personal life as well. If any of your personal people fall into the high-risk category, you may also need to be vaccinated.

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