Live Updates: Over 1.30 Crore In India Vaccinated Against COVID-19

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 Over 1.30 Crore In India Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Over 1.30 Crore In India Vaccinated Against COVID-19.

New Delhi:

With 3,95,884 vaccine doses administered to healthcare workers (HCWs) and frontline workers (FLWs) on Thursday, the 41st day of nationwide COVID-19 vaccination, the total number of vaccination crossed 1.30 crores in the country, said Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW).

According to the Union Health Ministry, 1,30,67,047 vaccine vaccine doses were given through 2,77,303 sessions, as per the provisional report till 6 pm today.

"These include 65,82,007 HCWs (75.5 per cent) who have taken the first dose and 18,60,859 HCWs (63.6 per cent)who have taken the second dose, along with 46,24,181 FLWs (first dose) (45.1 per cent)," the Ministry stated in a press release.

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