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Wednesday, 13 July 2022

Corona booster dose for 18+ free:

Corona booster dose for 18+ free: Vaccine will be available free of cost for the next 75 days, and can be taken to a government hospital from July 15

Everyone over the age of 18 in the country will get a Corona booster dose free. The cabinet approved the proposal on Wednesday. All government hospitals will get booster or precision doses from July 15. However, the free dose will only be available for the next 75 days. Currently, the first and second doses of the corona vaccine are available free of charge in the country, while booster doses had to be paid for.

The country reported 16,107 new cases of corona on Tuesday. Which is 5,392 more than in previous days. Meanwhile, the death toll has risen from 17 to 45. The number of active cases is 1,31,589. The figure was 1,30,456 on Monday. The number of recoveries is 15,070.

Vaccination drive under Independence Amrut Mahotsav
According to information received from government sources, a campaign will be launched to boost the precision dose of Kovid under the Amrut Mahotsav of Independence on the 75th anniversary of Independence. So far, less than 1% of the 77 crore target population in 18-59 years has been given precision dose. Only about 26% of health care and frontline workers, with a population of about 160 million people aged 60 and over, have been given booster doses.

રજીસ્ટ્રેશન કેવી રીતે કરવું તેનો વિડીયો જોવો 

Precautionary doses will boost the body's immune response
Studies by a number of international organizations, including ICMR, have found that antibody levels in the body decrease 6 months after taking both doses of the corona vaccine. Giving a booster dose will increase the immune response. That is why the government is going to launch a special campaign for 75 days.

Earlier, the Union Health Ministry last week reduced the gap between the second and required doses of the vaccine from 9 months to 6 months. A vaccination campaign was launched in all the states and union territories on June 1 to speed up vaccination and promote booster shots. The two-month program is still running.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the Kovid-19 epidemic is not over, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned. He said Korea's new cases were constantly coming up around the world. It is clear that the spread of the virus is increasing. Tedros further said that new variants of the Corona are still likely to arrive.

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