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Vaccine shortage: Karnataka halts Covid inoculation for 18-44 age group

The state said that the COVAXIN vaccine is not currently available for the first dose of the 45 and above age group also, but the SMS will be sent to beneficiaries due for their second dose.

Vaccine paucity: Maharashtra suspends inoculation of 18-44 age group

On Tuesday, Health Minister Rajesh Tope had alleged that the Union government was not fulfilling its responsibility to provide adequate number of vaccine doses to states.

With vaccine shortage hitting the state, Karnataka decides to import

The Chief Minister gave a set of directions to the officials including resolving the confusion over vaccine availability, oxygen supply in districts and ICU beds, according to an official release.

Editorial: Address vaccine shortage

The Centre should procure the vaccines centrally and give the States operational flexibility

Centre has mismanaged Covid situation, allowed vaccine shortage: Sonia Gandhi

She was reviewing the efforts by the states ruled by the Congress to tackle the second wave of the coronavirus infection.

Andhra Pradesh needs 25 lakh vaccines to make ‘Tika Utsav’ success

Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy highlighted that the southern state has only 2 lakh vaccine doses currently and another 2 lakh doses were expected to be received on Friday.

Chhattisgarh CM Baghel requests Centre to provide more COVID-19 vaccine doses

With over 32 lakh COVID-19 vaccine doses administered till 8 pm on Friday, the country's cumulative count of vaccine doses has reached over 9.78 crore.

Open up COVID-19 inoculation to ‘everyone who needs it’: Rahul Gandhi to PM

His suggestions came a day after Prime Minister Modi said vaccines will have to be prioritised due to limited supply and lamented that some people were playing politics on the issue.

Blame game over pandemic

The Centre must address various States’ vaccine demands without resorting to politics

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