Covid-19: Health Secretary explains how vaccination process in India works
Addressing a press briefing, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said healthcare workers and frontline workers need not register themselves as their database has been populated on to the Co-WIN vaccine delivery management system in a bulk manner.
Bhushan said the Co-WIN system is made in India and for the world, and whichever country wants to use it, the Indian government will actively help.
A total of 13,90,592 beneficiaries have been vaccinated in India for COVID-19. India reported 14,256 new COVID-19 cases and 17,130 discharges on January 23. With new infections, the COVID tally of the country stood at 1,06,39,684. Which includes 1,85,662 active cases. 1,03,00,838 patients have been discharged across the country. With 152 deaths in the last 24 hours, the death toll rose to 1,53,184.
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