Vaccination: Ludhiana 3rd in giving first dose, sixth in both doses

32,507 per lakh partially inoculated, 5,447 per lakh fully

Vaccination: Ludhiana 3rd in giving first dose, sixth in both doses

The district’s vaccination rate was, however, much better than the state average of 25,431 per lakh population coverage with first dose, and 4,029 per lakh people given both the doses.

Nitin Jain
Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, June 21

Even as Ludhiana, being the biggest and most-populated district, continues to excel in the Covid vaccination coverage with the one and only district exceeding the 1-million inoculation mark, it ranks third in first dose vaccination and sixth in administering both doses in the state.

Ludhiana has so far partially vaccinated 32,507 per lakh population with the first dose of the vaccine against the dreaded virus, while 5,447 per lakh people have so far been fully vaccinated with both doses, the official figures have revealed.

The district’s vaccination rate was, however, much better than the state average of 25,431 per lakh population coverage with first dose, and 4,029 per lakh people given both the doses.

The data analysed by the Health and Family Welfare Department, which is available with The Tribune, showed that Mohali has topped Punjab in both partial and full vaccination with 68,131 per lakh population given the first dose and 7,815 per lakh people administered both the shots, while Mansa remained the laggard with the minimum 12,391 per lakh population given the first dose and 1,562 per lakh people administered both the vaccine shots.

In partial vaccination with the first dose, Hoshiarpur has ranked second with 34,230 per lakh population coverage and Jalandhar fourth at 32,346 per lakh people coverage, followed by Pathankot at 31,609, Nawanshahr 29,314, Gurdaspur 28,848, Patiala 25,783, Kapurthala 25,027, Ropar 24,554, Faridkot 23,147, Amritsar 21,049, Tarn Taran 18,436, Moga 18,403, Barnala 17,589, Bathinda 16,782, Muktsar 16,225, Fatehgarh Sahib 15,894, Ferozepur 15,018, Fazilka 13,771 and Sangrur second last with 13,103 per lakh population.

In full vaccination with both doses, Gurdaspur stood second with 6,540 per lakh population coverage, Pathankot third with 5,722 per lakh people coverage, followed by Jalandhar at 5,475, Hoshiarpur 5,447, Nawanshahr 4,784, Faridkot 4,214, Amritsar 4,118, Kapurthala 3,540, Patiala 3,022, Bathinda 2,806, Barnala 2,806, Ropar 2,794, Fatehgarh Sahib 2,690, Moga 2,417, Ferozepur 2,398, Tarn Taran 2,397, Fazilka 2,292, Muktsar 2,047 and Sangrur second last with 1,742 per lakh population.

In the overall vaccination coverage, Ludhiana topped the state by administering 10,60,208 shots till Sunday, while Mansa remained the laggard with the minimum 79,295 total doses administered so far.

Among other districts, Jalandhar ranked second with 6,29,172 shots, Mohali third with 5,23,741 doses, followed by Hoshiarpur 4,74,358, Amritsar 4,56,625, Gurdaspur 4,37,769, Patiala 4,04,698, Bathinda 2,02,900, Pathankot 2,02,545, Sangrur 1,82,466, Kapurthala 1,75,019, Tarn Taran 1,63,919, Nawanshahr 1,58,671, Moga 1,55,219, Ropar 1,40,146, Ferozepur 1,28,241, Faridkot 1,25,862, Muktsar 1,21,716, Fazilka 1,17,794, Barnala 90,931 and Fatehgarh Sahib stood second last with 85,129 jabs administered so far.

Officialspeak

All the Deputy Commissioners have been asked to ramp up the ongoing inoculation drive for all the 18-plus eligible population, while prioritising the super spreaders, vulnerable and the comorbid people in the state. They have also been authorised to plan effective outreach strategies to vaccinate maximum people in the coming days to thwart the much-anticipated third Covid wave. — Vini Mahajan, Chief Secretary

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