Health Ministry claims, 15 cr vaccine doses still available with states

New Delhi: The Union Health Ministry said on Friday that more than 15.54 crore in unspent Covid-19 vaccine doses are still available with the states and UTs to be administered. The total number of Covid vaccine doses that have not been used by states is 15,54,54,451.  According to the Union Health Ministry, over 116.50 crore vaccine doses have been provided to states and union territories through the government of India's free-of-cost channel and direct state procurement category.

In the last 24 hours, a total of 5,65,276 vaccine doses have been administered, according to the health ministry. As per provisional report released at 7 a.m. on Friday, India's mass vaccination coverage has surpassed 107.70 crore and now stands at 1,07,70,46,116. This was accomplished after 1,08,69,517 sessions. A total of 1,03,79,485 first-dose vaccines and 92,51,816 second-dose vaccines were given to healthcare workers. The first dose of vaccines was given to 1,83,72,277 Frontline Workers, and the second dose was given to 1,60,01,188.

According to the health ministry's report, a total of 42,28,21,083 first-dose shots and 14,80,13,602 second-dose shots have been administered to people aged 18 to 44. According to the health ministry, a total of 17,59,50,688 first-dose vaccines and 9,82,24,169 second-dose vaccines have been administered to people aged 45 to 59 so far.

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