India Simplifies Corona Virus Vaccine Immunization Procedures

UMMATIMES - India makes it easier for its citizens to get immunizations for the corona virus vaccine. The Indian Ministry of Health on Monday, June 14, 2021, said that now anyone aged 18 years and over can go to a Covid-19 vaccine immunization center and register for a Covid-19 vaccine injection.

Those who want to be injected with the corona virus vaccine are not required to register online or book a place to get the Covid-19 vaccine immunization. The convenience is in order to increase the number of people who get the corona virus vaccine and overcome doubts about being immunized.

Previously there were two incidents. One of them occurred in the state of Uttar Pradesh, where an elderly woman hid behind a drum to escape the coronavirus vaccine injector.

Another incident occurred in the Madhya Pradesh region, where a coronavirus vaccine injector was attacked by villagers. These two incidents highlight the reluctance of marginalized communities and tribes to dominate certain areas.

People who are reluctant to be injected with the corona virus vaccine in the Tamil Nadu region, blamed for causing Covid-19 immunization there, are low. Tamil Nadu is one of the states that has a fairly good health system compared to other states in India, but is included in the list of five states that are slow to immunize the corona virus vaccine.

Experts firmly believe that immunizing the coronavirus vaccine for the 18-44-year-old age group is the key to lifting a number of restrictions to prevent the spread of the corona virus and to restarting the economy. India is one of the most densely populated countries in the world.

On Monday morning, June 14, 2021, India reported that there were 61,000 positive cases of Covid-19 within 24 hours. That number is the lowest daily case since March 31, 2021.