Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon take a ‘class’ of the district magistrates of the districts who are left behind in the vaccination campaign being run against the Corona. He will review the slow pace of vaccination. Chief Ministers of many states will also participate in this program. The ministry has prepared a list of about 48 such districts where less than 50 percent people have received the first dose of Covid-19.
The Prime Minister will hold a meeting with the District Magistrates of the districts with low rates of vaccination through video conference. In today’s meeting, those districts have been included where the rate of giving the first dose of vaccination is less than 50 percent and the rate of giving the second dose is very low. The districts with low rates are from Jharkhand, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya and some other states.
Of the 48 districts with less than 50% first dose, 27 are from the northeastern states, including 8 each in Manipur and Nagaland. Health ministry data shows that among all states, Jharkhand has the highest number of 9 districts where less than 50 percent of the population has been given the first dose. One district of Delhi is also included in this list. At the same time, 6 districts of Maharashtra are included.
At the top of the districts with the lowest vaccination (first dose) in the country is the Kiphire district of Nagaland, where only about 17 percent of the people have been able to get the first vaccine of corona. In this case, the second number is Kangpokpi district of Manipur, where only about 18 percent of the people have got the first dose. After this, 19 percent people in Kara Dadi district of Arunachal Pradesh, 20 percent in Manipur’s Ukhrul district, about 21 percent in Tunsang district of Nagaland have got the vaccine.
A door-to-door vaccination campaign will be conducted in the poor performing districts, so that more and more people can get the vaccine.
According to the data released by the Ministry of Health, these are the districts where less than 50 percent vaccination has taken place.
The 9 districts of Jharkhand, where less than 50 percent people have received the first dose are – Pakur (37.1%), Sahebganj (39.2%), Garhwa (42.7%), Deoghar (44.2%), West Singhbhum (47.8%) , Giridih (48.1%), Latehar (48.3%), Godda (48.3%), and Gumla (49.9%).
8 districts in this list are from Manipur: Kangpokpi (18%), Ukhrul (20%), Kamjong (28.2%), Senapati (28.6%), Pharzawal (31.1%), Tamenglong (35%), Noni (35.4%) and Tengnoupal (43.7%).
In Nagaland, Kifir (16.1%), Tuesang (20.8%), Phek (21.9%), Peren (21.9%), Mon (33.5%), Wokha (38.5%), Zunheboto (39.4%) and Longleng (40.4%).
Six districts of Arunachal Pradesh are in this list, including Kar Dadi (18.3%), Kurung Kume (27.4%), Upper Subansiri (32.1%), Kamle (36.4%), Lower Subansiri (41.3%) and East Kameng (42.5%). ) contains the name.
The 6 districts from Maharashtra include Aurangabad (46.5%), Nandurbar (46.9%), Buldhana (47.6%), Hingoli (47.8%), Nanded (48.4%) and Akola (49.3%).
In Meghalaya, less than 50 percent of the people have received the first dose in 4 districts, they are West Khasi Hills (39.1%), South Garo Hills (41.2%), East Garo Hills (42.1%) and West Jantia Hills (47.8%).
There are 7 states including Delhi where one district each is included in this list. Their names are – Nuh (Haryana, 23.5%), Tiruvallur (Tamil Nadu, 43.1%), South Salmara Mankachar (Assam, 44.8%), Narayanpur (Chhattisgarh, 47.5%), North-West Delhi (Delhi, 48.2%). ), Lavangtalai (Mizoram, 48.6%) and Araria (Bihar, 49.6%).
According to the information, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the district magistrates of these districts at 12 noon today and will discuss the reasons for less vaccination.