Centre provides Over 120 crore vaccine doses to states, UTs

New Delhi, India: According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the central government has provided 1,20,08,58,170 vaccine doses to states and union territories through free-of-charge channels and direct state procurement categories. According to an official statement, the states and union territories still have 16,74,03,871 COVID-19 vaccine doses that need to be administered.

The Government of India has been supporting States and Union Territories by providing free COVID Vaccines as part of the nationwide vaccination drive. The Union Government will procure and supply,  free of charge,  to States and UTs 75 percent of the vaccines produced by vaccine manufacturers in the country in the new phase of the COVID19 vaccination drive.

The new phase of COVID-19 universalization vaccination commenced on June 21, 2021. The vaccination campaign has been boosted by the availability of more vaccines, improved visibility of vaccine availability for States and UTs to enable better planning, and a more efficient vaccine supply chain.

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