More than 40 lakh teenagers in the 15-18 age group received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccines on Monday as India began its drive to vaccinate the younger population groups. Some concerns were raised about ‘expired’ Covaxin being administered to this younger group, leading to
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States and union territories would aggregate the demand of private hospitals for Covid vaccines based on which the Centre will facilitate supply to these governments for timely and equitable distribution to smaller and remoter private healthcare facilities, according to the revised guidelines issued on Tuesday.
Nearly 12 crore doses of coronavirus vaccine will be available in June, the Health Ministry said on Sunday.
In May, 7,94 crore doses were available for vaccination.
In a statement, the ministry said the allocation of supplies to states and union territories is decided on the consumption