Prakash Javadekar slams Maharashtra govt for 56 percent of vaccine that has not been used yet
Mumbai : The highest number of new cases in the country is coming from Maharashtra. Meanwhile, now Union Minister Prakash Javadekar has made a big charge on the Maharashtra government. Prakash Javadekar says that 56 percent vaccine has not been used in the state so far.
The coronavirus crisis in the country seems to be increasing once again. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar tweeted on Wednesday that Maharashtra has used only 23 lakh vaccines so far, while a total of 54 lakh vaccines have been provided by the Center. That means 56 percent of the vaccine is not used.
Maharashtra Government had only used 23 lakh vaccines out of the total 54 lakh vaccines sent to the state, till 12th March. 56% vaccines remained unused. Now, Shiv Sena MP asks for more vaccines for the state.
First mismanagement of pandemic now poor administration of vaccines.
— Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) March 17, 2021
Prakash Javadekar alleged that Shiv Sena MPs are still asking for an additional vaccine for the state. Miss-management took place during the first corona epidemic and now the same is happening during vaccination. Tweet of Union Minister Prakash Javadekar has come on Wednesday; Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in talks with the Chief Ministers of all the states regarding the growing cases of Corona.
If you look at the latest figures of Corona, then Maharashtra, Punjab, Karnataka, Gujarat, and Tamil Nadu are the states in which the most active cases are coming out. In the last 24 hours, there have been 17864 cases in Maharashtra, while Kerala-Karnataka-Punjab is the state where more than one thousand cases have been reported in the past day. On Wednesday, a total of 28903 corona cases have been reported in India. While a total of 188 people died in 24 hours. There are 2.34 lakh corona active cases in India at the moment, while the total number of deaths has reached 1.59 lakh.
In Maharashtra, the lockdown has been imposed in many cities due to rising cases of coronavirus, while a night curfew has been imposed in some cities. Apart from Maharashtra, a night curfew has been imposed in some cities of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh as well.