uc-cricket-ipl-2020,Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan expressed serious concern on PCVCs' 'slow pace' and asked the states to facilitate private vaccination centres in getting COVID vaccines.
how-to-send-money-from-paytm-wallet-to-phonepe,Bhushan made the observation while chairing a high-level meeting with health secretaries and senior immunisation officials of 15 states and Union Territories.
basketball-player-artwork,Bhushan chairedthe meeting with health secretaries and senior immunisation officials of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Odisha, Telangana, Arunachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, West Bengal, Delhi, Punjab and Haryana through video conference. Notably, COVID vaccine manufacturers Bharat Biotech and Serum Institute of India (SII) had sent their nodal representative for the meeting.
Notably, the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine 'Covishield' is being manufactured by SII, while Bharat Biotech is supplying Covaxin. ,world-cup-2019
The Centre advised the states to conduct daily review to facilitate vaccine procurement and administration by Private COVID Vaccination Centres.,basketball-vest-boohoo
While highlighting the areas of concern and advising the states on the vaccine procurement, Bhsuhan said that many PCVCs have not placed any indent for the earmarked quantum of COVID vaccines.,handball-match-online
ice-hockey-jersey-nz,“Many state governments need to facilitate the vaccine procurement by the PCVC. States were advised to review the status on a daily basis and ensure that indents for the earmarked quantum are quickly placed with the private vaccine manufacturers,” a statement issued by the health ministry stated.
“In many cases while the indent for the COVID vaccine has been placed with the state government, payment has not been made for the entire amount of indented vaccines. In some cases, no payment has been made for the entire indented quantity. State governments and the PCVCs were advised to ensure that the gap between the indented quantity and payment towards their procurement reduced to zero.,cricket-match-rate-sites
handball-nantes-féminin,In some states, the quantity of vaccines paid for has not been physically lifted by the states/PCVCs. The states/PCVCs have to quickly ensure lifting of dispatched doses.
In some states, wherever vaccine doses have been lifted by PCVCs, the actual administration of COVID vaccines is seen to be less than the vaccine quantity lifted. States and PCVCs were advised to review this and ensure that the balance of unutilized vaccine doses are quickly administered,” the release said.,basketball-diaries-characters
big-fish-casino-magic-slots,Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Shri Mansukh Mandaviya today addressed the issues of shortage of COVID vaccine in a series of tweets.
handball-team-world-rankings,Rejecting the statements of states and political representatives regarding the alleged shortage and slow availability of COVID vaccines, Mandaviya said the comments are not based on facts.
futebol-online-em-direto,“States/UTs informed in advance of vaccine availability to ensure effective advance planning of the vaccination drive to avoid mismanagement” Mandaviya tweeted.