Covid-19 India: Number of Fully Vaccinated crosses First Dose Inoculations

The number of fully vaccinated citizens against COVID-19 has surpassed the partially vaccinated eligible population for the first time in the country since the vaccination drive begin. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya confirmed on 17th November.

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New Delhi: The number of fully vaccinated citizens against COVID-19 has surpassed the partially vaccinated eligible population for the first time in the country since the vaccination drive begin. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya confirmed on 17th November.
According to Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, This achievement has been made possible due to the prime minister’s vision of ‘Jan-Bhagidari’ i.e. public participation, and immense people’s faith and confidence in the Modi government. He believes his new “har Ghar dastak campaign’ will take the numbers to a new height. 
The country has in total administered over 113.68 crore doses, as per the Co-Win website.
Mansukh Mandaviya on Twitter confirmed the report saying, “In a significant achievement to the nationwide vaccination coverage for the country, this is for the first time the number of fully vaccinated individuals has surpassed those who have been administered only a single dose of vaccine,” 
At present, the country has administered over 113.68 crore doses, according to the provisional report at 7 am. Healthcare workers in the nation have started conducting door-to-door vaccinations of eligible people across India with a primal focus on districts where less than 50 percent of the eligible population has been vaccinated.
The Union Health Minister also assured people that there is no shortage of vaccine doses in the country. Every eligible citizen must come forward for the second dose, and motivate those in their family and community to take both doses.
Together we will win against the virus, The minister added.

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