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India's COVID-19 vaccination breaks 1 billion doses, epidemic slows down

India's COVID-19 vaccination breaks 1 billion doses, epidemic slows down
India's COVID-19 vaccination breaks 1 billion doses, epidemic slows down

        India today completed the milestone of breaking through one billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine for the public. Signs indicate that with the increase in vaccination rates, the epidemic in India has gradually slowed down.
        The Indian Minister of Health Mansukh Mandaviya announced the news via Twitter at nearly 10 am India time; in addition, according to the real-time information of the Indian anti-epidemic website, the number of vaccinations in India has reached 1.01 million at the time of writing.
        According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the Indian government started to promote the vaccination plan on January 16 this year, and it took 9 months to achieve the achievement of 1 billion doses.
        As of last night, among the approximate 1.36 billion Indian population, approximately 75% of adults have completed at least one dose of the vaccine, while 31% have received two doses.
        At present, the epidemic in India seems to have slowed down. According to data this morning, 18,454 new COVID-19 cases have been reported across India in the past 24 hours. In the National Capital Territory of Delhi, there are only 25 cases and no deaths.
        In addition, data also show that in the past 24 hours, there have been 17,561 recovered cases, bringing the total number of recovered patients in India since the outbreak of the epidemic to 33,495,808, with a recovery rate of 98.15%, a new high since March 2020.

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