More than 2.45 crore beneficiaries have registered themselves on the Co-WIN digital platform forward of the Phase-3 of the COVID-19 vaccination for these above 18 years that’s set to begin from May 1, in line with the Union well being ministry.
IMAGE: Citizens above the age of 45 wait to obtain a dose of COVID-19 vaccine at MMRC Dedicated COVID Health Centre at NESCO in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Photo
While greater than 1.37 crore folks registered themselves on April 28, greater than 1.04 crore registered by the tip of April 29.
The ministry additionally mentioned that the cumulative quantity of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered within the nation has crossed 15.22 crore.
Cumulatively, 15,22,45,179 vaccine doses have been administered by means of 22,43,097 classes, in line with the provisional report until 7 am.
These embrace 93,86,904 healthcare staff (HCWs) who’ve taken the primary dose and 61,91,118 HCWs who’ve taken the second dose, 1,24,19,965 FLWs who’ve acquired the primary dose and 67,07,862 FLWs who’ve taken the second dose.
Besides, 5,19,01,218 and 1,04,41,359 beneficiaries greater than 60 years have taken the primary and second dose respectively, whereas 5,17,78,842 and 34,17,911 beneficiaries aged 45 to 60 have been administered the primary and second dose .
Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, West Bengal, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Bihar and Andhra Pradesh account for 67.08% of the cumulative doses given up to now within the nation, the ministry mentioned.
More than 21 lakh vaccination doses had been administered in a span of 24 hours.
As on day-104 of the vaccination drive (April 29), 22,24,548 vaccine doses got. A complete of 12,74,803 beneficiaries had been vaccinated throughout 21,810 classes for the primary dose and 9,49,745 beneficiaries acquired the second dose of vaccine.