Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday praised the Kerala authorities’s efforts in reducing vaccine wastage and stated that it will be significant in strengthening the struggle in opposition to COVID-19.
“Good to see our healthcare workers and nurses set an example in reducing vaccine wastage. Reducing vaccine wastage is important in strengthening the fight against COVID-19,” the PM tweeted quoting Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s tweet.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan highlighted the info relating to the wastage of coronavirus vaccine within the state.
“Kerala has received 73,38,806 doses of vaccine from Central government. We have provided 74,26,164 doses, even making use of the extra dose available as wastage factor in each vial. Our health workers, especially nurses have been super efficient and deserve our wholehearted appreciation!,” Vijayan tweeted.
The Centre has up to now supplied over 17.02 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses to the states and union territories freed from price and greater than 36 lakh doses will probably be obtained by them within the subsequent three days, the union well being ministry stated at present.
As many as 17,02,42,410 COVID vaccine doses have been supplied to states and union territories freed from price as per information out there until 8 am. Out of 17,02,42,410 COVID vaccines, the entire consumption together with wastages is 16,07,94,796 doses, the ministry acknowledged.