34 Crore Indians Vaccinated Against COVID Virus: Check Age Group, Demography

 - Sakshi Post

India’s vaccination drive crossed the 34 crore landmark. As per the report by the union health ministry and Press information bureau, a total of 34,00,76,232 vaccine doses were administered as of 3rd July 2021. 9.6 crore were administered in the age group 18-44 A total of 42,64,123 (42 lakh) doses were given in the past 24 hours.

After the country faced issues with a shortage in vaccine doses and other medical facilities, the pace of the Covid19 immunization drive in India has finally gone back up. But the numbers still need to increase. The current pace is relatively good when compared to May and June month. The centre is in talks with other foreign vaccine makers for supply in India, with that we will see a further boost.

Here’s the Cumulative Vaccine Dose Coverage

Healthcare workers

Frontline Workers

People Aged 18-44 Years

People Aged ≥ 45 Years

People Aged ≥ 60 Years

Total

1st Dose

1,02,16,567

1,75,30,718

9,41,03,985

8,92,46,934

6,83,55,887

27,94,54,091

2nd Dose

72,70,476

95,51,936

22,73,477

1,68,55,676

2,46,70,576

6,06,22,141

Total

1,74,87,043

2,70,82,654

9,63,77,462

10,61,02,610

9,30,26,463

34,00,76,232

“On Day-167 of the vaccination drive (1st July 2021), out of total 42,64,123 vaccine doses that were given, 32,80,998 beneficiaries were vaccinated for 1st dose and 9,83,125 beneficiaries received 2nd dose of vaccine,” read the statement by PIB.

Statistics as per 1st July 2021 (167th Day)

Healthcare workers

Frontline workers

People Aged 18-44 Years

People Aged ≥ 45 Years

People Aged ≥ 60 Years

Total

1st Dose

4,407

17,254

24,51,539

5,85,302

2,22,496

32,80,998

2nd Dose

13,811

33,744

89,027

5,29,604

3,16,939

9,83,125

Total

18,218

50,998

25,40,566

11,14,906

5,39,435

42,64,123

24,51,539 vaccine doses were administered as the first dose and 89,027 vaccine doses given as the second dose in the age group 18-44 years on 1st July 2021. Apart from that, the vaccination for 45 years and above is also going well.

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