An uproar erupted between the central government and the Rajasthan government over the Corona vaccine, Ashok Jahlut said this

An uproar erupted between the central government and the Rajasthan government over the Corona vaccine, Ashok Jahlut said this

A quarrel broke out between the central government and the government of Ashok Gilot in Rajasthan over the supply of the Corona vaccine.

Prime Minister Ashok Jhelot in the information released by the Federal Ministry of Health denied the numbers of the 37.61 lakh Kovid vaccine for Rajasthan and 24.28 lakh vaccination as of Monday are completely wrong. CM Ashok Gehlot said that as of March 8, Rajasthan had received only 31 lakh 45 thousand 340 vaccinations, of which 2 lakh 15 thousand and 180 vaccines were supplied to the army.

The Prime Minister said that 29 lakh 30 thousand and 160 vaccines have been provided to install other people according to priority order and as of March 8, 23,26 thousand and 975 vaccines have been installed. 1 lakh 62 thousand 888 vaccines have been corrupted in the state, which is less than the 10 percent limit permitted by the central government. Thus, on March 8, 4 lakh 40,297 vaccines were provided in the state.

Jahlot said that more than two lakh people are vaccinated per day in the state. In such a case, on March 8, vaccinations were available for only two days of vaccination, so the state government requested that additional vaccinations be sent from the center. Then the country received 85,000 vaccines on March 9.

In the third phase, about 22 percent of the vaccination in the country is carried out in Rajasthan itself. Both the government and the public here are excited about the vaccine.

Ashok Jehlot appealed to the Federal Minister of Health to direct the central government officials to make the vaccine available as soon as necessary for the state and not to give false information about Rajasthan on this subject. He said that such slips would reduce the morale of the country’s citizens and Corona warriors. Also, it was said, the central government would be able to provide the vaccine in 5-7 days, and this could cause problems getting vaccinated again.

Jahlot said that due to the lack of sufficient quantity of Covid vaccine by the Federal Ministry of Health, the first dose of vaccination has been stopped at the Covid vaccination sites that operate at the level of the primary and community health center in the state as of Tuesday.

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