Dr. Arun Sharma, director of Jodhpur-based NIIRNCD, has said that it is completely baseless to have a bad effect on the ability of women to have children. He said that the corona vaccine does not have any bad effect on the ability of women to have children.
Coronavirus vaccine (nominal photo)
Coronavirus, which has been completely uncontrollable in India, is constantly creating new problems. More than 3.5 lakh new cases of epidemics and more than 3.5 thousand people are dying every day across the country. Due to millions of new cases of corona virus coming every day, the health systems of the country have completely collapsed. Patients are not getting beds on time, neither getting oxygen nor getting the necessary medicines. Apart from Corona virus, many patients are dying due to lack of health facilities across the country. Given the current conditions of the country, now only through vaccination can India be saved from this cruel epidemic.
There is a severe shortage of corona vaccine in the country
In view of the fast growing cases of Corona, there is a great curiosity about vaccination across the country. Youth are taking part in the vaccination program started for 18+ people across the country from May 1. However, due to the acute shortage of vaccines in India, vaccination programs for 18+ people have not yet started in most places, and in places where vaccination has started, the vaccine is ending prematurely, due to which the appointment The youth standing in the line have to return home disappointed.
People are still confused about the vaccine
While on one hand people are not getting the vaccine on time despite stumbling rate, on the other hand some people are still confused about the vaccine and others are also confused. It is worth noting that many things were made in India even before the vaccination campaign started, due to which people were initially hesitant to get vaccinated and are now getting pushed for the vaccine. In the midst of running around for the vaccine, some people are still not going to get the vaccine given the rumors as the truth. Meanwhile, there are also rumors about vaccine that after vaccination, the ability of women to have children has a bad effect.
— Ministry of Health (@MoHFW_INDIA) May 4, 2021
NIIRNCD director said, there is nothing to worry
Dr. Arun Sharma, director of Jodhpur-based NIIRNCD, has said that it is completely baseless to have a bad effect on the ability of women to have children. He said that the corona vaccine does not have any bad effect on the ability of women to have children. This is completely an illusion of the people and there is nothing to worry about it. Let us know that 15,74,19,850 doses have been made across the country so far.