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There are no free vaccine sites in the whole of Gujarat and private vaccine trade is allowed, rich people get money at home to get vaccinated.

Controversy over vaccination:There are no free vaccine sites in the whole of Gujarat and private vaccine trade is allowed, rich people get money at home to get vaccinated.

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As the controversy over vaccination in Ahmedabad escalated to a charge of Rs 1,000, the state government clarified that the central government has also allowed chargeable bases to private hospitals. The chargeable vaccine is for those who want to take it immediately. The Government of India has also allowed private hospitals to be vaccinated on a chargeable basis to increase the prevalence of corona vaccine, an infallible weapon for controlling corona infection. Also, corona vaccination has been started on chargeable basis by Apollo Hospital in Ahmedabad metropolis.

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Vaccination of people aged 18 to 44 in 10 cities
. In this regard, Jayanti Ravi said that in 7 metros in the state Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Jamnagar and Gandhinagar as well as Mehsana, Kutch and Bharuch M10 places from 1st May 2021 to the age group of 18 to 44 people will be given free vaccines from the government vaccination center. has been done.

10.50 lakh vaccines for 18 to 44 year olds
So far, more than 10 lakh 50 thousand people in the age group of 18 to 44 years have been vaccinated across the state. Not only that, as per the guidance and direction of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, the health department has also started vaccinating 1.20 lakh youths daily for a week from May 24 to May 31 with a commitment to cover more youths in the state under vaccination.

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Such private hospitals carry out these vaccinations by getting the required quantity of vaccine directly from the vaccine manufacturers of the country.

Additional arrangements have been made for the affluent people. The
front health secretary further said that the vaccination launched on a chargeable basis by Apollo Hospital in Ahmedabad is for the affluent people-families who can afford this fee, as well as those who want to get the vaccine immediately. As part of the additional arrangements erected as per the guideline. He added that in the coming days, these arrangements would be further strengthened with free vaccinations at government vaccination centers as well as widening of the scope of vaccination operations on chargeable basis by private hospitals with a view to protecting against the Kovid epidemic.

Only 40 lakh get second dose The
state has so far vaccinated 1.60 crore people, which is 23% of the total population, out of which 1.20 crore have been given first dose, while 40 lakh have been given second dose. 18% of the population received the first dose, while only 6% received both doses. According to the estimates of the National Population Projection Report, the total population of Gujarat will be 6.79 crore in 2021, out of which males will be 3.55 crore and females 3.23 crore. According to the projection, the population in the age group of 18 to 45 years is estimated to be 31 million. The population over the age of 45 is estimated to be 1.82 crore.


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The highest number of vaccinations in Banaskantha,
Ahmedabad city is 16% for the first dose and 5% for the second dose according to the population. The first dose vaccinated 29% in Vadodara, while 24% in Rajkot. The highest number of vaccinations in rural areas has been in Banaskantha district. In Banaskantha, 21% of the total population is given first dose, while 4.7% is given second dose.

Only 8% of people between the ages of 18 and 45 are vaccinated

Current Status - The state has an estimated population of 3.10 crore in the age group of 18-45 years. So far 2.5 million people in this age group have received the first dose of the vaccine, i.e. only 8 per cent.
Probability - The target is to vaccinate one lakh people daily. If this target is maintained, around 45 lakh people will be vaccinated by June 15, i.e. around 15%.

54% of 45+ received the first, 20% both doses

Current Status - 1.82 crore people are above 45 years. 1.35 crore have been vaccinated so far, i.e. about 75% of the people, of whom 54% have received the first, 20% have received both doses.
Probability - At this pace, 1.15 crore people will get the first dose in the next 20 days, which will be 63 per cent in this age group. 40 lakh will get both doses, which will be approximately 21 per cent in this age group.

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