Bhopal: 4 lakh plus jabbed in the state, tally climbs to 2.24 crore

BHOPAL: Madhya Pradeshís cumulative Covid-19 vaccination coverage has exceeded 2.24 crore with over 4 lakh plus vaccine doses being administered on Wednesday.

The state reported 4,48 507 vaccination on the day taking its overall tally to 2, 24, 74, 453. Vaccinations were conducted at 2783 centres (sessions sites) across the state. With 42,625 vaccinations, Indore tops the state followed by Bhopal which reported 27,575 vaccinations, Jabalpur 22,130 and Gwalior where 13,303 people received jabs on Wednesday. Harda and Burhanpur reported lowest turnout. While Burhanpur reported 1542 vaccinations, only 1556 people turned up for the shots in Harda on the day.

So far 34, 95, 339 people have received the second dose against the coronavirus in the state. The first dose figure stands at 1,89,79,114. Recently, a three days vaccination drive was launched to give boost to the second dose of inoculation.

Sagar and Rewa reported 21,074 and 21,319 inoculations on the day respectively, while the figure in Betul stood at 15,863. Vidisha and Raisen reported 9,436 and 9,109 respectively while Sehore reported 7816. Ujjain reported 19,222, Satna 12,485, Chhindwara 7,883, Shivpuri 13,455, Chhatarpur 8,094 vaccinations. In Hoshangabad 5807 people received the jabs and in Khandwa 5,254. Seoni reported 8854 vaccinations.

28 more get infected, active cases dips to 441

In Madhya Pradesh , 28 more people were detected with the infection taking the tally to 7,90,070. Active cases have dropped to 441 in the state. The state corona positivity rate is 0.03 per cent. Thirty two recovered patients were discharged from the hospitals. Around 74,025 samples were sent for testing. Bhopal and Indore reported 8 corona cases each. Ratlam reported 3 corona cases while Betul 2. Barwarni, Datia, Dhar, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Rajgarh and Sehore reported just one corona case each. Most of the districts did not report any fresh cases in the last 24 hours.

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