New Delhi –
The central government started the third phase of vaccination on May 1, while many states claimed they did not have a vaccine. While registration started on Wednesday it creates problems for people, on the other hand, many people are disappointed that states have pulled the paperwork back. Thousands of people have signed up to be vaccinated, but many states still don’t know when the vaccination campaign will start there.
the vaccination process can start at the end of May, while UP can start a token campaign on May 1st. Madhya Pradesh has decided to suspend vaccinations for people aged 60 and 45 and over for two days so that vaccination can begin for people between 18 and 44 years of age.
Maharashtra Health Minister Rajesh Tope said the state government will vaccinate 5.71 million people of this age group and the move will place a burden of Rs 6.5 trillion on the state treasury. As of May 1, due to the lack of availability of adequate vaccine doses, the state government has planned to vaccinate citizens as planned over the next six months.
There were technical problems trying to register in Delhi. Many of those who managed to register in Goa were unable to get an appointment. Many Tamil Nadu users complained of difficulty accessing and registering the Co-Win application. Complaints also came from Kerala. Several states such as Bihar, Odisha, Assam, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh have placed orders for pharmaceutical companies but are not convinced that the measures can implement the system to 1 from May.Will you be on time or not.
On the other hand, after the vaccines arrival date, the Gujarat government will publish their revised schedule. Registration for vaccination in Bengal has been made but the date of appointment has not been found.