Pregnant Women’s Corona Vaccination Guidelines: The government has rectified the situation. The corona vaccine is available to all pregnant women without reluctance.
New Delhi: The Union Ministry of Health has announced vaccination guidelines for pregnant women. The existing COVID-19 vaccinations are safe, according to the recommendation. Pregnant women, like everyone else, can get the corona vaccine to prevent COVID-19 infection.
Sign up for the CoWIN Portal.
The government has stated that all pregnant women, like everyone else, will be required to register on the CoWIN site. After that, individuals can go to the COVID-19 Vaccination Center and register. Let us tell you, the government is continually informing people about the Corona Vaccine. The Ministry of Health is constantly resolving women’s questions and concerns. Women have been encouraged not to wait after delivery to have the corona vaccine in this sequence, which means they can get the corona vaccine at any time after delivery. Pregnant women can now get vaccinated as well, according to the authorities.
Another milestone in immunization has been reached.
In the meantime, India has set a new record for corona immunization. More than 32.85 crore vaccination doses have been distributed across the country thus far. More than 48.01 lakh people were vaccinated today, according to Ministry of Health data as of 7 p.m. on Monday (June 28, 2021). When it comes to the age range of 18 to 44 years, however, more than 8.95 crore people have received the vaccine. Let us remind you that the vaccination campaign is now on its 164th day.
In Delhi, more than 2 lakh dosages were administered.
On the same day, around two lakh doses of the Kovid vaccine were distributed in Delhi. The number of vaccines has surpassed two lakh for the second time in the last three days. On Monday, 2.02 lakh vaccine doses were delivered, while 2.07 lakh people were vaccinated on Saturday, according to the Centre’s CoWin portal. On Sunday, just 9,563 doses were administered in the national capital due to the closure of official immunization sites. More than 75 lakh doses of the vaccine have been provided since the immunization program began on January 16 in the national capital, and over 17 lakh persons have received both doses.