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Karnataka to receive 13.90 lakh vaccine vials, will launch up inoculation by 11 Jan, says pronounce govt

Bengaluru: Karnataka health minister Okay Sudhakar on Friday said the pronounce is expected to receive 13,90,000 vials of vaccine in opposition to COVID-19 in a day or two.

“The capable precise news for Karnataka is that I in actuality comprise received info from the Union Effectively being Ministry that the next day or the day after doubtlessly we are in a position to be receiving 13,90,000 vials of vaccine for the pronounce. Or now not it’s a ways a capable happy news for all of us,” Sudhakar said.

Talking to newshounds after visiting a non-public health center, where vaccination dry dawdle is being conducted, he said, the vaccination would maybe be first administered to health care team.

“We’ve registered 6.30 lakh healthcare mavens in Karnataka till date. Of us that are now not eminent, would maybe be in some clinical or dental colleges, we have requested them to register,” he said including that health team would maybe be adopted by those with comorbidities, those above 60 years and people in other departments like Police and Earnings working in opposition to the
pandemic.

COVID-19 vaccination dry dawdle is on at a total of 263 numerous health facilities across Karnataka on Friday.

It is a ways being held in 24 district hospitals, 20 clinical colleges, 43 taluk hospitals, 31 neighborhood health centres, 87 fundamental health centres, 30 metropolis fundamental health centres and 28 internal most facilities in the pronounce.

The minister who visited some facilities, where the dry dawdle is occurring said, preparations and preparedness comprise been rather precise, and the technique is being adopted as per the pointers issued.

The first round of the dry dawdle, an exercise for finish-to-finish checking out of COVID-19 vaccination job used to be held in in 5 districts of Karnataka- Bengaluru (including BBMP), Belagavi, Kalburgi, Mysore and Shivamogga — on 2 December as per the federal government of India pointers.

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