Coronavirus Vaccinations: Many states including Rajasthan, Delhi, Maharashtra and West Bengal have complained of lack of vaccine. On this, the new Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya today said that “futile” statements are being made to create panic among the people and the states are well aware that when and in what quantity they will get the dose.
He said that the Center has already informed the states about the allocation of doses. In a series of tweets, Mandaviya said that the availability of vaccines can be better understood by a ‘real analysis of facts’.
He tweeted, ‘I have come to know from the statements and letters of various state governments and leaders regarding the availability of the vaccine. This situation can be better understood by a real analysis of the facts. Useless statements are being made only to create panic among the people.
The Health Minister said that so that vaccination can be done through government and private hospitals, in the month of June 11.46 crore vaccine doses were made available to the state governments and union territories and in the month of July this availability has been increased to 13.50 crore.
He tweeted that the central government had informed the states on June 19, 2021, about how many doses of vaccine would be made available in the states in July. After this, on 27 June and 13 July, the states were informed about the availability of vaccines every day for the first and second fortnight of July in advance according to the batch.
Mandaviya wrote, “Therefore, the states know very well when and how much vaccine doses they will get. The central government has done this so that the state governments can do the work of vaccination up to the district level by making a proper plan and people do not face any problem.
He tweeted, “If the Center is already giving this information in advance on its behalf and yet we see mismanagement and long queues of vaccine takers then it is very clear what the problem is and who is the reason for it. is.”
Regarding the availability of the vaccine, I have come to know from the statements and letters of various state governments and leaders. This situation can be better understood by an actual analysis of the facts. Useless statements are being made only to create panic among the people. (1/6)
— Mansukh Mandaviya (@mansukhmandviya) July 14, 2021
He also hit out at politicians who have allegedly made statements that have created confusion and anxiety in the media, saying they need to introspect whether they are so far away from the governance process and related information that they have been given the vaccine supply. There is also no information about the information being sent.
Some states like Rajasthan, West Bengal and Maharashtra reported the maximum number of cases on Monday. These states have also raised the issue of shortage of Kovid-19 vaccines.