Now, private hospitals can't buy covid vaccine directly, can order like this

New Delhi: The Central Government has taken a major decision amid the ever-increasing demand for corona vaccine in the country and accelerating the vaccination drive. The Centre has banned private hospitals from buying vaccines directly from companies. The Centre has informed that a limit will now be fixed for the procurement of vaccines.

The same Government is going to bring in a new system from 1st July, for which a new SOP has been issued by the Centre. The Centre has said that the vaccine will now have to be ordered through the vaccination app Cowin. The Centre has introduced a new formula for vaccination allocation in the new rules. According to this formula, the average daily of a hospital will be expelled from the vaccination done in a week and the vaccine will be allotted to it.

Private hospitals will now be able to buy vaccines only twice the average number of vaccines being administered. Earlier, no such arrangement for vaccination was decided by the government. Hospitals which are joining the vaccination drive for the first time will be allotted vaccine on the basis of beds there. These days, a large scale vaccination drive is going on in government hospitals, while private hospitals can also be vaccinated at a fixed price. In such a situation, the government has now decided that only the hospitals can procure the vaccine as much as they have the capacity.

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