In a milestone accomplishment in its battle against COVID-19, India has aggregately managed in excess of 20 crore vaccine doses up till 7 pm on May 25. Upwards of 20,04,94,991 vaccine jabs have been administered as of May 25.
"India has crossed a huge milestone in its battle against COVID-19 pandemic. The nation has managed in excess of 20 crores (20,04,94,991) vaccine doses according to the 7 pm temporary report. Vaccination is a necessary mainstay of the far-reaching technique of administration of India for regulation and the board of the pandemic, alongside Test, Track, Treat and COVID Appropriate Behavior," read an official statement by the Center.
An aggregate of 9,42,796 recipients of the age bunch 18-44 years have gotten their first portion of COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday and in total 1,28,74,546 doses across 37 states and association regions (UTs) since the beginning of Phase-3 of the vaccination drive.
Bihar, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh have regulated in excess of 10 lakh recipients of the age bunch 18-44 years for their first portion of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The all-out of 20,04,94,991 jabs incorporate 97,94,835 Healthcare Workers (HCWs) who have taken the primary portion and 67,28,443 HCWs who have required the subsequent portion, 1,51,62,077 Frontline Workers (FLWs) with their first doses, 83,77,270 FLWs with their the two jabs.
The absolute additionally incorporates 1,28,74,546 first doses for 18-44 years old gathering. 6,20,47,952 first doses for more than 45 years of age to 60 years of age, 1,00,24,157 second doses for more than 45 years of age to 60 years of age, 5,71,19,900 first jabs for over 60 years, and 1,83,65,811 second jabs for over 60 years.