How will everyone get the vaccine by December, BJP chief explained the complete maths

Now BJP President JP Nadda has explained its complete math. He has said that 200 crore doses of vaccine will be available in the country by December. Right now 1 crore vaccines are being produced every month.

NEW DELHI: By December, the government has set a target of providing corona vaccines to the entire adult population of the country. It is another matter that questions were raised on this ambitious target of the government amid the shortage of vaccines in many states. Now BJP President JP Nadda has explained its complete math. He has said that 200 crore doses of vaccine will be available in the country by December. Right now 1 crore vaccines are being produced every month. Production will increase by 6-7 percent every month till July-August. It is expected that by September 10 crore vaccines will be ready every month. How will everyone get the vaccine, BJP chief explained the complete maths

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The government has already said that before the new year comes, the entire adult population of the country has to be protected against coronavirus. For this, the average daily speed of corona vaccination will have to be increased by about five times. The vaccination campaign against the Kovid-19 epidemic was started in the country on 16 January, which is continuing.

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Emphasis will have to be put on these states

If we take stock of the situation from state to state, then in UP, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand, and Assam, there is a need to increase the pace much more than the national demand. Statistics show that if the vaccination campaign in the country is to reach the milestone by December, then the average daily vaccination in UP will have to be increased nine times, Bihar eight times, while Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand, and Assam will have to speed up seven times.

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