In the country, preparations have been started to give the Corona vaccine amidst decreasing cases of corona. On 3 January, the vaccine Kovishield of the University of Oxford, produced by the Serum Institute on behalf of the Drug Controller General of India, and indigenously developed covaccine have been approved. On Tuesday, on behalf of the Ministry of Health, it was said that the vaccine can be started within 10 days ie from 13 January.
Priority group has been selected by the Government of India for this. The government will get the vaccine in three stages. In the first phase, vaccines will be given to all frontline healthcare professionals and people with high risk of death and in the second phase, people connected with emergency services. In the third phase, vaccine will be given to those who are suffering from severe diseases.
The government of India aims to provide covid vaccine to 300 million people by July 2021. It is also being called the ‘largest vaccination campaign in the world’. There has been a sharp decline in active cases of Kovid-19 in India. This number has been reduced to 2,31,036, which is only 2.23 percent of the total infected till now.
What will be required for registration
Any one of the following documents has to be shown for registration of the corona vaccine.
Health Insurance Smart Card
MNREGA job card
Bank or post office passbook
I Card of Central, State and PAU employees