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Coronavirus vaccine: Telangana PM challenges Modi over coronavirus vaccine waste, claims ‘yes’

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The worst loss of coronavirus vaccine wastage rate) Telangana is at the forefront, the central government has said. The Telangana government has reacted strongly. Invaluable vaccine on coronavirus The Telangana government has claimed that the government has used the most effective measures and skills for storage. Prime Minister Modi and Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan have claimed that the vaccine wasted. G. Srinivas has rejected it. This claim is completely false. Vaccine waste from our administration is less than one percent. The central government has claimed that 17 percent of vaccines are being wasted. But in fact, only 0.76 percent dose of the vaccine is being wasted in the state. According to the data and numbers of the portal prepared by the central government, the rate of wastage of vaccines in the state is the lowest in the country, Srinivasan said.

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Last week, Prime Minister Modi had interacted with the Chief Ministers of the states through video conferencing on the growing number of corona patients and vaccination drive in the country. This time, Modi had raised the issue of wasting a large dose of vaccine on coronavirus. In Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh, Modi had said that more than 10 percent of the vaccine was being wasted. Modi had appealed to the states to reduce the dose of the vaccine being reviewed and discarded. Shortly afterward, the Union Health Secretary spoke to the media. In Telangana, the rate of wastage of corona vaccine is 17 percent while the national average is 6.5 percent, Bhushan had said.

Where we are today in the fight against Corona and the confidence we have gained from it should not increase negligence. We don’t want to scare the people and we want to make them worry-free. At that time, Prime Minister Modi had said that the mantra ‘Test, Track and Treat’ should be seriously worked on.

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