Covid Vaccine…..after long wait taruvatha Covaxin & Covishield vaccines tho Indian Govt World’s largest vaccination drive ni start chestundi. Free of cost tho India motham anni states lo ee vaccination drive 16th nundi start avvabotundi. US, UK, Russia countries taruvatha ee vaccination anedi mana country lo start avvabotundi…
Aithe ee vaccine procedure enti evaru vestharu? Ela vesukovali? Emaina measures tiskovala ? anedi teluskovali ante ee entire article chadavasindhe.
1.DCGI Approved Covid Vaccines In India: – Covaxin From Bharat Biotech & Covishield From Serum Institute Of India:
There are multiple candidates in India, all in different stages of the process. The leading two candidates Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin and Serum Institute’s Covishield have been granted approval for emergency use.
2.Who Will Be Vaccinated First ?
The government has said that high-risk groups of healthcare, frontline workers, police, soldiers and people over 50 years of age and people with comorbidities are first priority. Estimated 10 Million priority groups will come under this.
3.How To Register For Vaccination ?
Registration on the Co-Win app will be required for the vaccination. Once the registration is complete, the beneficiary would receive an SMS on their mobile number regarding the due date, venue and time of vaccination.
At the time of registration, documents such as Aadhaar, driving licence, voter ID, PAN card, passport, job card or pension document must be produced. One can also submit Health Insurance Smart Card, MGNREGA card, official IDs issued by MPs, MLAs or MLCs. Passbooks issued by bank or post office and service ID card issued by state or central government and public limited companies would also be accepted.
The identity of the beneficiary would be verified before the vaccination.
Note: Without registration there’ll be no chance of vaccination.
4.Vaccination Team Across India & how they work ?
Indian Govt has trained 1,000 programme managers, 2 lakh vaccinators and 3.7 lakh other vaccination team members have been trained so far as part of training at States, Districts and Block levels.
5.Eligibility For Vaccination ?
The eligible beneficiaries would be informed through their mobile number.
6.How Many Doses Of Vaccine Is Required ?
The government has said that two doses of the vaccine 28 days apart must be administered for a beneficiary.
7.Can a person taking medicines for illnesses like cancer, diabetes, and hypertension take the vaccine?
Yes. Persons with one or more of these comorbid conditions are considered high-risk. They need to get Covid-19 vaccination.
8.What about the possible side-effects from Covid-19 vaccine?
The government has assured that Covid-19 vaccine will be introduced only when the safety is proven. According to the document, the common side effects in some individuals could be a mild fever, and pain at the site of injection. The Centre has asked state governments to start making arrangements to deal with any Covid-19 vaccine-related side-effects as one of the measures towards safe vaccine delivery among masses…