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On 3rd June 2021, over 28.75 Covid-19 vaccine doses were administered in India, as informed by the Union Health Ministry's latest provisional reports. Now, the progressive number of Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in the country has reached 22.41 crore.
On 3rd June, which was the 139th day of the vaccination drive, about 26.37 lakh people received their first shot of the vaccine, and about 2.37 lakh beneficiaries were given the second dose.
The government revised the gap between the two doses for the Oxford Astra Zeneca's covishield being manufactured by the serum institute of India too,12-16 weeks. But the intramural for the second dose of Bharat biotech's covaxin is not modified.
On 16th January 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi begin the nationwide vaccination drive with healthcare workers at the frontline of India's Covid-19 battle getting their first job.
On 1st March 21, the country began the second phase of the vaccination drive, where everyone above 60 years and those over 45 years with comorbidities could start getting jabbed.
From 1st April 21, everyone above 45 with or without comorbidities could start their vaccination.
On 1st May 21, India turned out its 3rd phase of vaccination for 18-44.
The government liberalised the vaccination drives to allow states, private hospitals, industrial establishment to acquire the doses directly from the manufacturer.
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