In a letter to PM Modi, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to permit COVID-19 vaccination for all over 25 years old.
To control the constantly rising cases in the state, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to permit COVID-19 vaccination for all over 25 years old. In a letter kept in touch with PM Narendra Modi on Monday (April 5, 2021), Uddhav Thackeray said that inoculating countless youngsters, particularly the individuals who go to work outside their homes, will help lessen the number of patients. He further mentioned 1.5 crore extra dosages from the Center to get all people over 45 years to be vaccinated within three weeks.
The Maharashtra Chief Minister said that the state has treated the COVID-19 inoculation appropriately and advised PM Modi that more than 76 lakh individuals are immunized in the state till April 4. He additionally expressed gratitude toward the Prime Minister for tolerating his proposition of permitting all people over 45 years old to be made qualified for COVID-19 inoculation.
Maharashtra, the most exceedingly awful Covid hit state in India, has been seeing an abrupt flood in COVID-19 cases in the previous few weeks. The state enrolled 47,288 new Covid positive cases on Monday, a day in the wake of seeing the most noteworthy spike of 57,074 contaminations. Maharashtra's by and large caseload has now moved to 30,57,885, of which, 56,033 have surrendered to the infection. It likewise has more than 4.5 lakh dynamic COVID-19 cases.
This is to be noticed that India commenced its COVID-19 inoculation drive on January 16, 2021. The nation at that point started its second period of the COVID-19 immunization drive to give antibody pokes to individuals over 60 years and those more than 45 with comorbidities from March 1, while the third stage started on April 1 for everybody over 45 years old. However, now the Maharashtra government wants to start vaccination for all over 25 years old.