Friday, September 24, 2021

56 crore 81 lakh vaccine doses provided to States, UTs

Union Health Ministry has said that more than 56 crore 81 lakh vaccine doses have been provided to States and Union Territories so far. It said that further one crore nine lakh 32 thousand 960 doses are in the pipeline. It added that more than two crore 25 lakh balance and utilized COVID vaccine doses are still available with States and Union Territories and private hospitals to be administered.

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