On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a video conference with healthcare workers and COVID-19 vaccination programme beneficiaries in Himachal Pradesh. During his meeting with the workers, the Prime Minister stated that the COVID-19 vaccination should not be wasted.Before the video conference, PM Modi turned to Twitter and stated,
"Himachal Pradesh has set a benchmark in the fight against COVID-19 by giving the first dose of vaccine to all eligible people. Will have the privilege of interacting with many such beneficiaries and health workers of the state through video conferencing tomorrow at 11 am." Jai Ram Thakur, the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, was also present at the event.PM Modi stated"Using the COVID vaccine carefully can decrease the expenses of vaccination by 10%," while meeting with Dr Rahul.Dr. Rahul's response was "Teams were deployed to visit every house to spread awareness about virus and vaccination.
We used to take feedback from the ASHA workers every day and used to collect data to avoid wasting the vaccine."Dr. Rahul is currently posted at the Civil Hospital in Shimla's Dodra Kwar area. PM Modi also spoke with a beneficiary from Thunag Mandi, Dayal Singh, and stated, "I have seen that all the staff members including doctors, nurses and others have worked in a team to carry out the vaccination drive.
We must not show leniency of any kind to complete the vaccination drive."On Sunday, the Prime Minister's Office reported that the state of Himachal Pradesh had successfully vaccinated its entire eligible population with at least the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. According to the PMO, the state prioritised areas that were geographically difficult to access, and implemented many mass awareness programmes, including such door-to-door visits by ASHA workers.
State health authorities assured that the gender disparity didn't stop women from getting vaccinated, and that vaccines were easily accessible to the elderly. Underprivileged people, such as industrial workers and daily wagers, were able to get vaccinated as soon as possible thanks to special campaigns like "Suraksha ki Yukti-Corona Se Mukti," and the state was able to reach this milestone.
Source: Republic World
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