Number of fully jabbed more than partially vaccinated in India

Number of fully jabbed more than partially vaccinated in India

The number of fully vaccinated individuals has surpassed the partially vaccinated eligible population for the first time in the country, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said today.

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, November 17

The number of fully vaccinated individuals has surpassed the partially vaccinated eligible population for the first time in the country, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said today.

In a tweet, the minister appealed to all eligible citizens to get vaccinated. As of now, 40 per cent have received both doses.The minister said he was confident the country would have every Indian vaccinated by the end of the “Har Ghar Dastak” campaign. The month-long vaccination campaign aims to ensure that all adult population is covered with the first dose while those already jabbed do not skip the second dose. The minister said there was no shortage of vaccine in the country.

40% got both doses

113.68 crore Vax administered

38,11,55,604 Fully vaccinated

37,45,68,477 Given only 1st dose

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