COVID-19 Update / When will the children's vaccine come, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya informed in the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting

Zoom News : Jul 27, 2021, 05:54 PM
New Delhi: The third wave of Coronavirus in India remains feared. Meanwhile, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandavia (Mansukh Mandaviya) has given a relief statement about the vaccine and said that Corona Vaccine for Children (Corona Vaccine for Children) is expected to come next month. Health Minister said on Tuesday during the BJP Parliamentarian Meeting (BJP Parliamentarian Meeting), where PM Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) was also present.

Trial of Zide's vaccine in the last phase

Tell that the vaccine trial for children of Zydus Cadila in the country is in the final stage. Bharat Biotech (Bharat BioTech) is also engaged in testing the third phase of Corona Vaccine for children. AIIMS Director Dr. Dr. Randeep Guleria (Randeep Guleria) had said last week that the use of Kovid-19 vaccination (Children Corona Vaccination) can be approved for children till September.

Vaccines looking for more than 18 years

Let's tell that people over 18 years old in the country are being given Corona Vaccine and so far 44.19 crore vaccine has been given. So far, 34.65 crore of vaccine has been given in the country, while 9.53 million people have both doses.

29689 new cases in 24 hours

According to the latest figures released on Tuesday, on behalf of the Union Health Ministry, 29,689 new Corona Kes has been recorded in the country last 24 hours. This is the lowest new cases that came in a day in the last 132 days. During the last 24 hours 415 Corona infected patients have died. So far 4,21,382 people have lost their lives due to pandemic. So far, 3,06,21,469 people have been cured in the country and the recovery rate in the country is increased to 97.39 percent. In the last 24 hours, the number of patients recovered compared to new cases has seen a huge decrease in the number of active case. Active case in the country has come down (3,98,100) under 124 days, which is 1.27 percent of the total cases.