The Union Health Ministry has released the list of wastage of Kovid-19 vaccines in Delhi based on the data of Kovin App, in which Jharkhand has once again been shown as one of the most wasted states and told It has been reported that 33.95 percent of the total doses of vaccines in the state have been wasted.
On the other hand, on Wednesday, the state government spokesperson had said that the Jharkhand government has vaccinated about six lakh people in the last two weeks to protect them from corona infection by running a special campaign and the wastage of vaccine in the state has also been reduced from 4.5 percent to 1.5 percent. Succeeded in bringing
The spokesman said that the vaccine losses are being reduced by giving further impetus to the vaccination campaign. The State Government is ensuring at the Immunization Center that there is no loss of vaccine doses. This year till May 26, the vaccine loss in the state was close to 4.5 per cent, which has now come down to less than 1.5 per cent.
Earlier on May 28, after the Jharkhand government’s written objection to the Central Government’s ‘wrong’ data regarding the alleged wastage of Kovid-19 vaccines, the Central Government called for a quick rectification of these figures and soon the Kovin App for the same. But the right to correct the figures was also assured to the states.
Giving this information to ‘PTI-Bhasha’, Nodal Officer of Kovid-19 vaccination campaign in Jharkhand, Anjaneyulu Dode said that on the letter written by the Jharkhand government in this regard, the officials of the Union Health Ministry shared a video with the four affected states including Jharkhand. The meeting was held through conference and had agreed to correct the figures and under this consent, Jharkhand has got the right to correct its figures on Wednesday and the work of correcting it has been started.
On the Central Government’s Kovin app, till May 27, 38.45 percent wastage of these vaccines was said in Jharkhand, whereas in contrast the total wastage of vaccines in the state was only 4.65 percent, far less than the country’s average.
Jharkhand’s Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Arun Singh told PTI that on Thursday, a letter was written to the Union Health Ministry in this regard asking that the central government should immediately correct its data on the Kovin app.