Kerala High Court’s direction to the Centre; Government should make the difference between 2 doses of Kovishield vaccine 28 days instead of 84 days

The Kerala High Court has asked the central government to reduce the gap between two doses of Kovishield vaccine by three weeks. The court said that the central government should make the gap between vaccine doses 4 weeks (28 days) instead of 12 weeks (84 days).

The court has also ordered the government to make necessary changes in the CoWIN app in this regard. Kerala High Court said- a person can decide whether he needs to take the vaccine being provided by the government first or not. It’s just a matter of keeping yourself safe.

In 7 districts of Uttar Pradesh, 157 people have died due to fever. People are dying continuously here due to dengue and viral fever. The situation in Firozabad is worst. There have been 6 deaths here in 24 hours. In the last 48 hours, 4 deaths occurred in Kanpur, 2 in Mainpuri, 2 in Mathura and 1 each in Kasganj and Etah.

In view of the increasing cases of dengue in Firozabad, Mathura and Agra, CM Yogi has given instructions. In the team-09 meeting, he has asked PGI, KGMU and RML Hospital Lucknow to send a team of 3 doctors each. Yogi has said that the negligence of some officials of the Health Department and Municipal Corporation has come to the fore behind the deaths in Firozabad. Action will be taken against these officers after investigating the matter.

Source: Bhaskar

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