States will get 50 percent of vaccine, centre accepts CM Naveen Patnaik’s proposal

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The government has stepped up its vaccination campaign in the country. People ages of 18 and more will be vaccinated on May 1. The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday. The third vaccination campaign will begin across the country on May 1. In another decision, the state will get 50 percent of the vaccine. So many states can get the direct vaccine. The company can now supply vaccines at pre-determined prices even in the open market. Most importantly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi accepted Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s proposal at the meeting.

Two days ago, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposing that the states be provided with adequate vaccines and vaccinated in the open market. “In this way, people can get vaccinated easily,” he said. Two days later, the Indian government accepted Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s proposal.

The federal government has announced that states will get 50 percent of vaccine. The manufacturer will provide 50 percent of the vaccine to the center. The remaining 50 percent of vaccines can be delivered to states and the open market. The state government and industry have been allowed to buy vaccines directly from producers at fixed rates.

The Indian government will provide 50 percent of the vaccine to the states. However, there are three criteria for vaccine distribution. The number of vaccinations will be determined by which state from the central quota. The three criteria are infections and how many active cases are there in the state, how is covid management? Depending on how expensive the vaccine is, it will be up to the states to decide.

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