March 31, 2023

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India has saved 3.4 million lives through Covid-19 vaccines

According to the report, the National Immunization Initiative also contributed to avoiding economic losses worth 18,300 million dollars.

Stanford University and the Institute of Competitiveness Education, titled “Healing the Economy: Assessing the Economic Impact of Vaccination and Related Issues in India,” was released by Health Minister Mansukh Mandavia on Friday.

The inquiry highlighted the impact of the lockdown in preventing the spread of infectious disease, with its imposition preventing at least two million deaths.

Strong measures like contact tracing, mass testing, home quarantine, distribution of medical equipment, renovation of health infrastructure and consistent coordination at the central, state and district levels have helped control the spread of the epidemic.

According to the document, the three cornerstones of India’s strategy – containment, aid package and vaccine administration – are essential to save lives, stabilize the country’s economic activities, maintain livelihoods and build immunity against SARS-coronavirus.CoV-2. of infection.

Mandavia said India has taken a “whole of government” and “whole of society” approach, proactive, preventive and graduated.

This Saturday, 180 new Covid-19 cases were registered in the country, while the number of current patients rose to 2,090, according to data from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Till date, 530,764 people have died in India and the total number of infected has risen to 44,685,799.

The national recovery rate of patients is 98.80 percent, 44 million 152 thousand 945 people have overcome the disease.

So far, more than 2.206 million Covid-19 vaccines have been administered across India, which has a population of around 1.4 billion.

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