The government and the people from the medical fraternity have been constantly creating awareness among the people to get vaccinated.
The Union Health Ministry has played a crucial role in making the vaccination drive a great success in India. Commenting on the ongoing vaccination process in India, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandiviya on Wednesday said that the number of fully vaccinated people have surpassed the partially vaccinated eligible population for the first time in the country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's faith on the citizen of the country, gave an accelerating speed to the vaccination drive in the nation. Modi introduced various schemes like Jan Bhagedari and Har Ghar Das Tak under which the people were to be vaccinated.
According to provisional reports, the country has administered a total of 113.68 crore doses to date, which has been achieved through 1, 16,73,459 sessions. Out of the total 113.68 crores, 75, 57,24,081 have received the first dose and the remaining 38,11,55,604 have been administered the second dose.
Mansukh Mandiviya expressed his satisfaction over the successful vaccination drive in the nation and congratulated every Indian for showing a collective spirit in the vaccination drive.Mansukh Mandiviya expressed his satisfaction over the successful vaccination drive in the nation and congratulated every Indian for showing a collective spirit in the vaccination drive.
Assam too has achieved a positive response in the field of vaccination. A week-long vaccination drive was organized from November 22 to November 29, where many participated.
Apart from that, an election machinery system was used to conduct the vaccination drive. Every polling officer was given the responsibility to visit every household and bring the people to the designated vaccination centre. In November 5, Assam created history by administering 2.87 crore doses, among which 2.02 crore received the first dose.
The Assam government has set a goal to vaccinate all the remaining eligible population before January 15, 2022.