After the introduction of the vaccine, its large scale production and making it available to the people in different areas of the country will be a real challenge for the government.
Our country is badly affected by the corona virus epidemic and every day the figure of corona patients is becoming frightening. In such a situation, all eyes are on the potential vaccine of Corona virus.
Many countries and pharma companies in the world are engaged in making Corona vaccine. Preparations for making the Corona vaccine are also in various stages in India.
Recently, Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan told the Parliament that the corona vaccine may be available early next year. However, after the introduction of the vaccine, its large scale production and making it available to the people in different areas of the country will be a real challenge for the government. In fact, after the development of the vaccine, the biggest challenge before the Indian government will be its logistics.
It is going to be a difficult task to send the vaccine vials from the manufacturing unit to remote areas of India such as North Eastern India and Ladakh. Please tell that the vaccine is stored at a very low temperature, otherwise it is feared to be bad.
Apart from this, training millions of health workers and deploying them in different areas of the country is going to be a challenging task. The government must also ensure that people do not have to travel much to get the vaccine.
The government’s priority is to first provide vaccine doses to frontline workers and those over 65 years of age. Experts say that it can take several months or even a few years for the vaccine to be given. At the same time, Adar Poonawala, CEO of Serum Institute of India, says that by the year 2024, there will not be enough vaccines available for everyone.
Explain that the number of corona patients in the country has crossed 54 million. In the last 24 hours, 86961 new cases of Corona have been reported in the country. During this period, 1130 people have died. So far, a total of 87,882 patients have died due to corona in the country. It is a matter of relief that out of the total patients, 43,96,399 patients have been cured.