Srinagar, April 16: J&K ranks second with 83.6 percent in the 15-18 age group target and Andhra Pradesh tops 102.9 percent in the country, revealing official figures J&K Secures Second position.
According to government figures, Andhra Pradesh tops 102.9 percent of the target population in the 15-18-year-old fully vaccinated group followed by J&K which has vaccinated 83.6 percent of the targeted beneficiaries in this category so far.
83.6 percent include Srinagar 56%, Kulgam 82%, Shopian 101%, Bandipora 73%, Anantnag 81%, Baramulla 89%, Kupwara 62%, Pulwama 103%, Ganderbal 98%, Budgam 101% 71% Jamshtwar 43% , Doda 102%, Udhampur 104%, Kathua 98%, Ramban 85%, Samba 91%, Rajouri 100%, Poonch and Reasi 103%.
The Director-General of Family Welfare and Immunization, J&K Dr Saleem ur Rehman said the honor goes to the availability of vaccines by the Union, the continued persistence of vaccination efforts, the distribution of goods by Lieutenant Governor-led officials and departmental staff and staff.
“Hospitalization is not.
DRDO hospitals in Srinagar and Jammu are empty. It shows that J&K is successful in all fields. We have been vaccinated 100% now, ”he said.
The DG said one month ago no Covid-19 deaths were reported at J&K while positive cases also dropped.
He said the J&K was well equipped with adequate beds, oxygen plants, ventilators, ventilators, and trained staff.
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“On top of all this, the workers have continued to vaccinate the highest number of all ages since January 2021,” said Dr. Saleem.
Less than 40 percent of those eligible for the 15-18 age group have been given both COVID-19 vaccine doses in 10 countries and union regions.
No other region or Union Territory, with the exception of Andhra Pradesh, has registered better performance than J&K, followed by Himachal Pradesh with 80.8 percent.
The DG said we should understand that this is not the first disease that has hit us and it will not be the last again in recent times.
“We have managed the H1N1 epidemic and our department is adequately trained and equipped at all levels to fight this epidemic,” he said.
Dr Saleem said managing the epidemic had brought us many opportunities, and as it made us stronger, it helped us gain more knowledge, skills and expertise J&K Secures Second position.
“A lot of infrastructure has been built by the UT Government with the help of GoI. This has strengthened the structure of the health care system as a whole.
We are now able to cope with such situations in a better way, ”he said. J&K achieved a Covid-19 target of 100 percent in the 15-18 age group to get the first dose in Ganderbal, Shopian and Anantnag districts in Kashmir district and Poonch district in Jammu district within weeks two after the launch of the vaccination campaign. January.
The Department of Health has been conducting a massive vaccination campaign throughout the Union Territory thus registering incredible success.
The campaign, which is part of a national campaign against the Covid epidemic, has led to the launch of an ordinary school that has been badly affected by the epidemic since it broke out in early 2020.
The national average for second-dose placement in the 15-18 year age group is 54.3 percent, data are shown. An estimated 7,40,57,000 young people live in the country over the years.