Over 13 crore doses of Covid vaccines administered in July: Health minister to Rahul Gandhi's allegations

New Delhi: The pace of vaccination has been accelerated with the reduction of corona cases in India. However, cases of shortage of vaccine have still been reported in many states. Rahul Gandhi had attacked the Centre in a tweet on Sunday in view of the vaccine problems in the country in the wake of the third wave of corona infection crisis. In a tweet, he said that the month of July has gone away but there has been no shortage of vaccines.

Replying to Rahul's tweet, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has tweeted. In a tweet, he attacked Rahul Gandhi's tweet and said, "More than 13 crore doses have been given in The Month of July in India. It is going to pick up further this month. We are proud of our health workers for this success. Now, you should be proud of them and the country also.”

It may be noted that Rahul Gandhi has been seen surrounding the Centre in the past for lack of vaccine. According to media reports, Rahul Gandhi was found to be infected with corona on April 20 after which his vaccination was delayed. In a tweet on April 20, he said, "After experiencing mild symptoms, I have just tested positive for corona. All those who have been in my contact recently, please follow all the safety rules and be safe." The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Sunday said that India has administered 60,15,842 corona vaccine doses in the last 24 hours and a total of 47,02,98,596 vaccine doses have been administered so far.

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