A complete of 27,698 beneficiaries had been vaccinated throughout 655 centres in Maharashtra on Tuesday, February 16. Of these, 4,437 had been healthcare workers who had been administered their second shot of the vaccination. On Tuesday, 7,884 healthcare workers (HCWs) and 15,377 frontline workers (FLWs) had been inoculated.
So far, 741,370 beneficiaries, together with FLWs and HCWs together with those that have gotten their second dose, have been inoculated. The state has accomplished vaccination for five,67,087 (53.76 per cent) of the full registered healthcare workers and vaccinated 1,65,167 (27.78 per cent) of the full registered frontline workers.
Around 27,324 beneficiaries have been vaccinated with Covishield, whereas 374 beneficiaries have been vaccinated with Covaxin.
Till date, 7,41,370 beneficiaries have been vaccinated, in keeping with the state’s public well being division. Of these, a complete of 1,20,501 beneficiaries have been vaccinated in Mumbai so far.
Apart from this, a complete of 9,116 beneficiaries have taken the second dose.
Bifurcating it additional, 71,503 beneficiaries have been vaccinated in Thane, 69,156 in Pune, 33,475 in Nashik and 32,655 in Nagpur.
On the opposite, in the previous couple of weeks, the state is seeing a rise in recent COVID-19 circumstances from many districts. The each day common of circumstances recorded in first 15 days of February is greater than the typical variety of circumstances recorded in January. Between February 1 and 15, the state has averaged 2,926 circumstances each day, whereas the typical in January was 2,973.