Covid-19 is a virus that made all our lives change forever. Everyone has faced some other change in their life. The difference could be in the form of losing a loved one or maybe changes in their own body by getting infected with the virus. If not these then covid has impacted the working style. Many people have even faced financial problems and lost their jobs because of this pandemic. But do you think this pandemic will end any time soon, or do we need to make this a part of our lives? Many questions keep coming to our minds. But let’s not forget the positives in a world full of negatives.
On the first anniversary of India’s vaccination push, the health ministry said that 156.76 crore vaccines had been administered, with more than 92 percent of the adult population receiving at least one dose. According to ministry officials, almost 68 percent have been fully vaccinated. In the first phase of the campaign, healthcare professionals were immunized on January 16, 2017. Frontline staff has been immunized since February 2.
On the first anniversary of the country’s vaccination program’s start, Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised “every single individual” involved in it, saying the initiative “gave tremendous power to the fight against Covid-19.” “Today marks the first anniversary of the immunization campaign. I applaud every person involved in the immunization campaign. Our vaccine campaign has made a significant contribution to the fight against Covid-19. It has resulted in the saving of lives and, as a result, the preservation of livelihoods,” he tweeted.
One year is completed, but the fight against the virus is not over. The government has started vaccinating kids of a certain age and started giving out booster shorts to health care providers and elderly citizens. India has a massive population, is still doing its best as compared to other countries.
In the last 24 hours, India reported 2,71,202 new Covid-19 cases, slightly more than Saturday’s infections, according to data updated by the Union Ministry of Health on Sunday morning. The positive rating dropped from 16.66 percent to 16.28 percent. In the previous 24 hours, 314 people have died due to Covid-19, bringing the total death toll to 4,86,066. 1,38,331 patients recovered from the virus, and there are presently 15,50,377 ongoing cases. So far, 7,743 Omicron cases have been found across the country, a 28.17 percent rise since Saturday.