Coronavirus: Nearly 10.5 lakh beneficiaries vaccinated, says Health Ministry


New Delhi, January 22: As many as 10,43,534 beneficiaries have received the vaccination under the ongoing country-wide COVID19 vaccination exercise till 7 AM on Friday, said an official release.COVID

According to Ministry of Health, in the last 24 hours, as many as 2,37,050 people were vaccinated across 4,049 sessions in the country. A total of 18,167 sessions have been conducted, so far.

While 1,032 beneficiaries have been vaccinated in A & N Islands, 1,15,365 have been vaccinated in Andhra Pradesh, 4,682 in Arunachal Pradesh, 10,676 in Assam, 63,541 in Bihar, 753 in Chandigarh, 22,171 in Chhattisgarh, 184 in Dadra & Nagar Haveli, 94 in Daman & Diu, 18,884 in Delhi, 426 in Goa, 34,865 in Gujarat, 45,893 in Haryana, 5,790 in Himachal Pradesh, 6,847 in Jammu & Kashmir, 11,641 in Jharkhand, 1,38,807 in Karnataka, 35,173 in Kerala, 240 in Ladakh, 369 in Lakshadweep, 38,278 in Madhya Pradesh, 52,393 in Maharashtra, 1,454 in Manipur, 1,785 in Meghalaya, 2,537 in Mizoram, 3,187 in Nagaland, 1,13,623 in Odisha, 759 in Puducherry, 12,532 in Punjab, 32,379 in Rajasthan, 773 in Sikkim, 42,947 in Tamil Nadu, 97,087 in Telangana, 9,272 in Tripura, 22,644 in Uttar Pradesh, 8,206 in Uttarakhand, 53,988 in West Bengal. At least 32,297 vaccinations have been counted as miscellaneous.

On the testing front too, India continues to register growing numbers. The expansion in testing infrastructure has given a boost in India’s fight against the global pandemic. The cumulative testing has crossed 19 Cr.

As many as 8,00,242 samples were tested in the last 24 hours which has increased India’s total cumulative tests to 19,01,48,024.

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