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India is the Second-Fastest to reach 1 crore Vaccinations:- India is the largest producer of vaccinations and the infrastructure is huge that they can provide vaccines to several countries of the globe. A total number of 12,643 new cases of coronavirus are reported in the country in the last 24 hours and the total number of active cases in India are at 1,37,866. The total reported cases of coronavirus in the country are said to be 1,09,62,189. India continues to be the second most impacted country due to coronavirus after the USA though the wave of cases came down from the past two months.
A total number of 94,22,228 doses of vaccination is given to the beneficiaries across India till February 18th through 1,99,305 sessions. The Indian government announced that the country is the second-fastest one to reach 1 crore vaccinations. Maharashtra (2,820,000), Kerala (1,011,956), Karnataka (946,076), Andhra Pradesh (888,959), and Tamil Nadu (846,026) continued to be the most impacted Indian states. India has been exporting the vaccination of coronavirus to all the neighboring countries apart from giving the doses to the people of the country. Sri Lanka will purchase 10 million doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine from India as per the officials. As per the neighborhood vaccination policy, Sri Lanka received 5,00,000 doses of free vaccination already.
Dr Reddy Laboratories sough the emergency use nod for their vaccine Sputnik V. Post coronavirus pandemic, Ayurveda economy has seen a rise of 90 percent growth informed the Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan. India took 34 days to achieve 1 crore vaccinations as per the reports from the Union Health Ministry. The USA took 31 days to distribute one crore vaccination mark while the United Kingdom took 56 days. "A total of 1,01,88,007 vaccine doses have been administered through 2,11,462 sessions, as per the provisional report till 8 am. These include62,60,242 HCWs (1st dose), 6,10,899 HCWs (2nd dose)and33,16,866 FLWs (1st dose)" told the Union Health Ministry in an official statement.