PM Modi will meet chief ministers today before vaccination campaign….



Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states of the country on Monday regarding the vaccination campaign against Corona virus. This meeting will take place at four o’clock on Monday evening.

This meeting is taking place at a time when vaccination has been announced across the country from January 16. In the first phase, three crore health workers and advance front personnel will be vaccinated for free.

Covid-19 vaccination campaign is going to start in the country from January 16, before that on Sunday, many states have said that all necessary preparations have been made for the first phase campaign. These include identifying vaccination sites and registering personnel on the front in the fight against Covid-19, including health workers.

Free Immunization in West Bengal:
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that her government is making arrangements to provide Covid-19 vaccine to all the people of the state for free. In an open letter, Chief Minister Banerjee said that Covid-19 warriors including police, home guards, civil security volunteers, correctional homes and disaster management personnel would be given vaccines on a priority basis.

“I am happy to inform that my government is arranging for free delivery of vaccines to all the people of the state,” he said in a letter addressed to personnel deployed on the front against the epidemic.

89 places fixed for vaccination in Delhi:
Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Sunday said that the government has fixed 89 locations for the Covid-19 vaccination campaign to begin in the national capital from January 16. Jain said that vaccination campaign will be started in 40 government and 49 private hospitals.

He told reporters, by Tuesday or Wednesday, the first batch of vaccines will arrive. Health workers will be vaccinated in the first phase. After this, doses will be given to advance front personnel and those above 50 years of age. Rajasthan medical minister Dr. Raghu Sharma said that the medical department has completed all preparations for the vaccination to be done to prevent corona virus infection in the state.

Sharma informed that about 4.5 lakh health workers have been included in the first phase of corona vaccination starting from January 16 in the state, who will be given the Kovishield corona vaccine. He informed that first phase vaccination will be done at 282 session sites.

The medical minister informed that three state-level and seven divisional-level and 34 district-level vaccine stores have been created for the storage of Covid vaccine in the state. Sharma said that 2,444 cold chain points are functional at community and primary health centers and a vaccine vehicle is also available in each district. He said that 104 and 108 ambulances will also be available at the vaccination centers to prevent any adverse effects during the vaccination.

He informed that 5,626 immunization teams have been trained for the first phase vaccination. In the first phase, 3689 medical institutions and 2969 private sector medical institutions have been identified for vaccination. Of these, the Covin software has been uploaded as a venue for sessions at 3736 medical institutions.

Corona warriors will be vaccinated in Gujarat first
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday said that about 11 lakh people, including health workers and front-line personnel engaged in Kovid-19 duty, will be given the Corona virus vaccine on priority basis in the state. He also informed that 16,000 personnel have been trained to vaccinate.

The Chief Minister said that according to the guidelines of the Center, a database of 1.2 crore people of four priority groups has been prepared for giving vaccines in the state. The central government had said on Saturday that Covid-19 vaccination campaign will start in India from January 16, in which about three crore health workers and personnel working on the front front will be given priority. Rupani said that arrangements have been made for six regional depots, other structures such as cold chain, storage and supply of vaccine doses etc.

Attempting to vaccinate every person in a phased manner in Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said that every possible effort will be made to vaccinate every person of the state in a phased manner in the corona vaccination campaign.

According to an official statement released on Sunday, the Chief Minister reviewed the Covid vaccination campaign starting in the state on January 16 and said that under the able guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the entire country including Uttar Pradesh is successfully fighting the war against Corona.

Eight hospitals in Goa marked
The Goa government has identified eight hospitals in the first phase of vaccination to protect against corona virus infection in which 18,000 health workers will be vaccinated.

State immunization officer Dr. Rajendra Borkar told the media that 100-100 vaccines would be placed in all these eight establishments in a day, which would require 800 vaccines each day. He said, the state government has selected five government hospitals and three private hospitals where health workers will be vaccinated.

Plan to vaccinate health workers in Karnataka in first phase
Health Minister of Karnataka K.K. Sudhakar said on Sunday that if the central government allows public representatives to get vaccinated in the first phase, then they will get the first vaccination in the state. There are plans to vaccinate health workers in the first phase.

Sudhakar told reporters during an inspection of the state’s vaccine center here, “The first consignment of cocaine vaccine will be for health workers, but if the central government allows us, I will be the first to be vaccinated as Health Minister.” The minister said that it is necessary to come forward to get the vaccine to create trust among the people.

3.6 lakh health workers to be vaccinated in first phase in Andhra Pradesh
The Andhra Pradesh government is set to launch the Corona virus vaccination program on 16 January. Immunization will begin in the first phase with about 3.6 lakh health workers vaccinated. This information was given by a senior health officer on Sunday.

Health Commissioner K. Bhaskar said that the state machinery has successfully completed three rehearsals of the vaccination program so far and all the things required for the actual campaign have been arranged. Bhaskar said in a release that a total of 1,940 sites will be used for the vaccination program, of which 1,659 have ‘cold chain points’ in their premises. He said that for other sites, the vaccine would be brought from the nearest cold chain point.

He said that 100 health workers will be vaccinated at every site every day. Bhaskar said that police will be deployed at every venue. As part of preparations for Covid-19 vaccination in the country, the Health Ministry on Sunday held a video conference with the officials of the states and union territories in which information about the Co-Win software collected through its use during the vaccine rehearsal It was discussed.

Online platform ‘Kovin’ vaccination campaign base
The Center said on Sunday that ‘Kovin’, an online platform to monitor the supply of Covid-19 vaccine, would be the basis of the Corona virus vaccination campaign and would be citizen-centric. The meeting was chaired by Ram Sewak Sharma, chairman of the Empowerment Group on Technology and Data Management to counter Covid-19 and a member of the National Expert Group on Covid-19 vaccines.

Giving information about COVIN software and technology backups for vaccination practice, he said that the robust, reliable technology would form both the base and back-up for the country’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign.

In a statement, Sharma was quoted as saying, “The process should be citizen-centric and designed with the view that the vaccine is available anytime and anywhere.” He emphasized the need for flexibility without compromising quality. Sharma underscored the importance of obtaining vaccination-related data in real-time. He also said that the beneficiaries of the vaccination campaign should be uniquely identified.

Sharma advised the states on the use of the Aadhaar platform to urge the beneficiaries to link their current mobile number with Aadhaar for registration which would facilitate SMS for later communication.

A statement from the government said that after the vaccination of personnel working on the healthcare and advance front, priority would be given to people over the age of 50 and under 50 age groups suffering from other diseases.

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