The Kovid-19 vaccination campaign gained momentum on Saturday when many people who were vaccinated took the second dose of the vaccine on the first day of the vaccination campaign four weeks earlier.
A senior LNJP hospital official said that the second dose started receiving in the hospital and by noon more than 20 people had received the second dose. The nationwide vaccination campaign began on 16 January and on the first day 4,319 (53 per cent) health workers were vaccinated in 81 centers across the country, while the target was to immunize 8,117 people.
A spokesman for BLK Super Specialty Hospital said that a senior doctor in the chest and respiratory disease department of his hospital took a second dose of vaccine to prevent corona virus infection. A senior doctor at Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital said that our preparations for the second dose are complete.
Significantly, a senior official of the Delhi Health Department said, “14,843 people were vaccinated on Friday and adverse effects were seen in seven people.”
141 new cases of Kovid-19 in Delhi, three more patients died
On Friday, 141 new cases of corona virus infection and three patients died in Delhi, while the rate of infection was 0.22 percent. On February 9, there were no deaths from infection in the national capital.
It is noteworthy that for the first time in the last nine months in Delhi, on January 27, the lowest 96 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in a single day and for the first time that month, the number of new infections was less than 100. According to the data, two patients each died on February 2, 5 and 7.
A bulletin issued by the Health Department of Delhi said on Friday that a total of 63,022 samples were tested, 141 of which were found infected. With this, the total number of patients infected so far in Delhi has risen to 6,36,670 of which 10,889 people have lost their lives. Officials said that 1053 patients were undergoing treatment in Delhi on Friday, compared to 1051 a day earlier.