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6/3/21

Why is India lagging behind Brazil and Mexico in vaccination?


Syringe-like question:  Why is India lagging behind Brazil and Mexico in vaccination?





Following the British vaccination model, the time limit between two doses of vaccine in India has been increased, but in Britain this time limit has now been reduced.



The Indian government has said in June that the country will have 120 million doses of the vaccine. Many doses will also be given to people who have taken one dose before. The fact is that even in June the number of people receiving the vaccine is not expected to cross 30 crore. On May 26, India became the third country in the world to vaccinate more than 200 million people, but there was no enthusiasm for the figure. This is because there is still a severe shortage of corona vaccine in the country.

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This is due to non-availability of slots for vaccines, extension of second doses and reduction in vaccinations. Though India is the world's largest vaccine producer, it lags behind Brazil and Mexico in vaccinating its large population.

Mass vaccination was started in the country from April 1. At that time, India had the same vaccination as other countries in its series. As of April 1, 5 out of every 100 people in India had been vaccinated against coronavirus, compared to between 6.7 and 9.7 in Brazil, China, Russia and Mexico. 38 people and Brazil had vaccinated 30 people.



The countries behind vaccination also have enough vaccines, not in India but the
US which was able to vaccinate 46 out of 100 people by April 1, 86 out of every 100 people by May 26. However, there are some countries like Japan and the Philippines which are lagging behind India in terms of vaccination. But he has also received enough doses of the vaccine that he can vaccinate his entire population. While India is still far behind in this regard.

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India needs to give both doses to at least 64% of the population
for herd immunity According to Indian scientists, the country needs to give at least 64% of its population both doses of corona vaccine to get closer to herd immunity. For which more than 140 crore vaccine doses are required at present. It will still take several months to manage such a dose.

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India most affected by corona, yet declining Vaccination
India is currently the most affected by corona in the world, yet vaccination is declining here. If we look at the 10 most populous countries in the world, 3 of them are the ones where vaccination has decreased. It also includes India. The other two countries are the US and Bangladesh. The point here is that since the United States has vaccinated most of its population, it is common for vaccination rates to decline.

On the other hand, the main reason for the decline in vaccination in India is that vaccines alone are not available in sufficient quantity. While Bangladesh was dependent on India for the largest share of vaccine supply, it is not surprising that there has been a decline in vaccinations.

The Supreme Court expressed concern over the slow pace of vaccinations and also raised the question of how a large population would use the CO-WIN app when they do not have a smartphone and internet.


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What do reports of vaccinations in the states say?
According to a report by How India Lives.com, compared to the April 1 vaccination, 22 out of 36 states and union territories in India are currently receiving less vaccinations. In Kerala, 66% less people are vaccinated daily and in Telangana 64% less people are being vaccinated. Even in the 14 states or union territories where vaccination has accelerated, only a very small portion of their population has been vaccinated. For example, Uttar Pradesh has vaccinated 72 out of every 1000 people, Bihar 81, Tamil Nadu 102, Jharkhand 105 and Assam 111.

These states lag behind Himachal Pradesh (32%), Delhi (27.9%), Uttarakhand (25.2%), Gujarat (25.2%) and Kerala (24.6%) in terms of vaccinated population. Many states have complained to the central government about the shortage of vaccines there.

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Hue uproar on social media, large populations will be at risk of remaining vaccine
is mandatory for registration by the CO-WIN App for vaccination age group 18-44 years. Slots for vaccinations are not easily found even on the app. This is the reason why there is a flurry of vaccines on social media. The Supreme Court also raised the question of how they would use the CO-WIN app when it expressed concern about the slow pace of vaccinations and at the same time said that a large population does not have a smartphone and internet.

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The second dose increased the problem of
the country's shortage of news in June between the vaccine has been talk of vaccine doses to 12 million. Many of these doses will also be given to people who have taken a single dose before. Even in June, the total number of vaccinated people in India is not expected to cross 300 million. The strange thing is that following the British vaccination model, the time limit between two doses of vaccine in India has been increased, but in Britain this time limit has been reduced.

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