Vaccine shortage is government negligence and government ignoring vaccine storage arrangements:
Suresh Jadhav, Executive Director, Serum Institute of India (SII), commented on the shortage of vaccines in the country. He said the shortage of vaccines was due to the government ignoring vaccine storage arrangements and World Health Organization guidelines. He said the government had not taken into account the available vaccine storage and WHO guidelines when increasing the vaccine drive.
Jadhav said at an event on Saturday that the Indian government should give priority to the people in the vaccination program in view of the World Health Organization guidelines. He said 300 million people would initially be vaccinated, but 60 crores would be needed. “Before reaching the target, the government has decided to give the vaccine to all those over 45 years of age and above 18 years of age. However, the government also knows that we do not have stockpiles of these vaccines. We have learned to use the product fairly, keeping in mind the availability. ”
Jadav said vaccination was very necessary but people were still infected even after the vaccine dose was received. So people want to be vigilant. People are advised to follow corona guidelines even after vaccination. He said the vaccine variant Double Mutant would also be effective.
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