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At 76.6%, Bihar on top in vaccinating healthcare workers: Govt

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At 76.6%, Bihar on top in vaccinating healthcare workers: Govt

At 76.6%, Bihar on top in vaccinating healthcare workers: Govt

Additional Secretary of Union Health Ministry, Manohar Agnani gave brief about states which have vaccinated over 60% of healthcare workers.

He said, "Bihar 76.6%, MP 76.1%, Tripura 76%, U'khand 71.5%, Mizoram 69.7%, UP 69%, Kerala 68.1%, Odisha 67.6%, Rajasthan 67.3%, HP 66.8%, Lakshadweep 64.5%, Andaman 62.9%, Chhattisgarh 60.5%." Among above listed states, Bihar topped in vaccinating healthcare workers.


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