Corona vaccine:Will your name be on the government’s first list or not? These 4 factors will determine COVID 19
New Delhi: Corona vaccine:Will your name be on the government’s first list or not? These 4 factors will determine COVID 19 According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a vaccine for the corona virus will be ready in the next few weeks. He said at an all-party meeting last Friday that the corona vaccine would be approved by a scientist and a vaccination campaign would be launched in India soon. The Prime Minister did not elaborate on the vaccination campaign but said that the central government was working on instructions as to who would get the vaccine in the first phase. The government has identified four priority groups for the first phase. These range from essential services to people who are most at risk from Covid-19. PM Modi has also spoken about this group.
“Experts are assuming that there is no need to wait any longer for the corona vaccine,” Modi said. He said the priority in the vaccination campaign was to treat patients with corona. It will be given to healthcare workers, frontline workers and the elderly who are already battling serious illnesses. He said the central government was in talks with the state governments on the cost of the vaccine. Public health will be a top priority in terms of vaccine prices and state governments will be fully involved.
Government’s first list for Corona vaccine:
The first priority group is health workers. There are people who have fought since the beginning of the epidemic. Doctors, nurses, paramedical, healthcare support staff will be included in this group. Because such people are more exposed to coronary infections, they have a higher risk of infection. Therefore, first such health workers will be vaccinated.
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