November 29, 2021

Corona Vaccine: Niti Aayogs Vk Paul Says 12 Countries Seeking For Help, Harshvardhan Said Accelerated Vaccination Campaign Needed – Corona Vaccine: 12 countries seeking help from India, Harshvardhan said


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Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Saturday emphasized that an urgent Kovid-19 vaccination campaign is needed to cover the entire target population. According to an estimate, the number of such people is around 300 million.

Harsh Vardhan was presiding over the 22nd meeting of the High Level Group of Ministers (GoM) on Kovid-19 on Saturday. He addressed the meeting via video-conference. Meanwhile, NITI Aayog member (health) Dr Vinod K Paul said that 12 countries have sought help from India for vaccine against Corona virus.

This meeting of the GoM took place on a day when the total number of infections of the corona virus in the country has exceeded one crore. He said that the growth rate of Kovid-19 epidemic in India has fallen to two percent and the death rate is the lowest in the world at 1.45 percent.

Harsh Vardhan said that the recovery rate of patients in India has come down to 95.46 percent whereas the cumulative positivity rate has reduced to 6.25 percent with the strategy of testing one million samples.

Maintain proper cavitation behavior
According to a statement issued by the Union Health Ministry, he said that despite festivals in October and November, there was no new upsurge in cases due to the policy of extensive testing, monitoring and treatment. He appealed to the people to maintain proper kovid behavior.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State for Health Ashwani Kumar Choubey and Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai also attended the meeting. NITI Aayog member (Health) Dr. Vinod K. Paul, Advisor to the Prime Minister Amarjeet Sinha and Bhaskar Khulbe also attended the meeting in a digital manner.

Dr. Sujit K. Singh, Director of NCDC, presented a detailed report on how data-based government policies helped India gain significant control over the epidemic.

He also presented figures regarding the total Kovid-19 units in the country. According to this, there are a total of 15,359 such units while there are more than 1.5 million isolation beds, 2.70 lakh oxygen facility beds, 80,727 ICU beds and 40,575 ventilators.

Paul made the GOM aware of three important aspects of vaccination through a detailed presentation. Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan noted the importance of health-related behavior among the population as an important factor in controlling the epidemic.

Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Saturday emphasized that an urgent Kovid-19 vaccination campaign is needed to cover the entire target population. According to an estimate, the number of such people is around 300 million.

Harsh Vardhan was presiding over the 22nd meeting of the High Level Group of Ministers (GoM) on Kovid-19 on Saturday. He addressed the meeting via video-conference. Meanwhile, NITI Aayog member (health) Dr Vinod K Paul said that 12 countries have sought help from India for vaccine against Corona virus.

This meeting of the GoM took place on a day when the total number of infections of the corona virus in the country has exceeded one crore. He said that the growth rate of Kovid-19 epidemic in India has fallen to two percent and the death rate is the lowest in the world at 1.45 percent. Harsh Vardhan said that the recovery rate of patients in India has come down to 95.46 percent whereas the cumulative positivity rate has reduced to 6.25 percent with the strategy of testing one million samples.

Maintain proper cavitation behavior
According to a statement issued by the Union Health Ministry, he said that despite festivals in October and November, there was no new upsurge in cases due to the policy of extensive testing, monitoring and treatment. He appealed to the people to maintain proper kovid behavior.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State for Health Ashwani Kumar Choubey and Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai also attended the meeting. NITI Aayog member (Health) Dr. Vinod K. Paul, Advisor to the Prime Minister Amarjeet Sinha and Bhaskar Khulbe also attended the meeting in a digital manner.

Dr. Sujit K. Singh, Director of NCDC, presented a detailed report on how data-based government policies helped India gain significant control over the epidemic.

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