ICMR doctor’s opinion on booster dose of corona vaccine
The vaccination campaign against Corona in India is going on at a rapid pace. At present, the Central Government is also engaged in vaccination of more and more people under the Har Ghar Dastak campaign. In the meantime, the booster dose of corona vaccine remains a big question. Many experts have recommended a booster dose of corona vaccine in India. Especially for healthcare workers and those who have more than one disease and have taken both doses of the corona vaccine.
At the same time, if government sources are to be believed, the entire focus of the government is on complete vaccination of the people at this time, for which ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ program has also been run. Meanwhile, Dr Samiran Panda of the Indian Council of Medical Research has said that so far no scientific evidence has been found in India that can show that there is a need for a booster dose in India.
‘Need to focus on vaccination campaign’
He said, if you ask me about this, then I believe that at this time it is necessary to reach the number of people taking both doses of the most important vaccine beyond 80 percent. He said that at this time there is a need to focus more on the vaccination program than the booster dose.
Some time ago, a doctor of the country also gave his opinion on this matter, saying that India cannot afford to give booster shots right now because only about 35 percent of the population is infected with the COVID-19 disease (Corona virus). Fully vaccinated against. The neurology professor and doctor had said that instead of giving booster doses to both the doses of the vaccine, the rest of the population needs to be fully vaccinated with priority.
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