In a letter to the prime minister, he said the state intends to vaccinate anyone over 45 in three weeks
Prime Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting the delivery of 60 lakh doses of COVID-19 vaccine for the state to immunize the entire population over 45 for the first dose over the next three weeks can.
The prime minister assured the prime minister of full cooperation in the central government’s efforts to combat the pandemic and its massive vaccination campaign, saying the state government had initiated large-scale vaccinations as part of the Tika Utsav and 6,28,961 people had done so on Nov. April vaccinated, which was the highest in a single day.
This could be achieved by deploying community and village volunteers (each tailored to the needs of 50 families) across the state. The volunteers are busy to mobilize the authorized people.
The Prime Minister said vaccination was carried out in a village or ward secretariat under the jurisdiction of each primary health center in both rural and urban areas.
This saturation approach not only helped the district administrations focus on containing the pandemic, it also made it easier to mobilize the community in the true spirit of Tika Utsav.
The prime minister said the state had demonstrated its ability by vaccinating more than six lakh a day, but could not continue because the vaccine supply was exhausted.
If enough supplies of vaccines were made available, the dream of vaccinating all vulnerable people could be realized in the next three weeks, said Jagan Mohan Reddy.