Covid under control but the vaccine availability is still a riddle says government

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The Indian government has shown a big question mark to the availability of Covid 19 vaccines in the country as the demand has been constantly rising whereas production is just the same.

Exponential rise in cases

After two months of the exponential rise in cases in the country, the curve has flattened and cases have dropped to a level that can be managed with the country’s existing health infrastructure. Not just the cases, but deaths too have been declining. The death count has been consistently under 3,000 every day, after breaching the 4000-mark by the end of May as per reports.

The country reported 1.32 lakh new cases in the last 24 hours ending 8 am on Friday, taking the country’s total infections to over 2.85 crore. The recovery rate stands at 93.1 per cent. Agrawal said that there has been a continuous decrease in districts reporting more than 100 average daily new cases. A total of 257 districts reported more than 100 daily cases. Presently, there are 377 districts reporting less than 5 per cent case positivity rate.

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi showered praises on Indian scientists for making a made-in-India COVID vaccine in just a year. “India used to wait for years to get hold of innovations achieved outside, now our scientists working at a same quick pace,” he said.

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