COVID-19: States, UTs receive first consignment of coronavirus vaccines - In pics

Zee Media Bureau | Jan 13, 2021, 23:29 PM IST

Three days ahead of the world's largest coronavirus vaccination drive begins in India, the Union Ministry of Health on Wednesday (January 13, 2021) said that the initial procurement amount of 1.65 cr doses of Covishield and Covaxin vaccines have been allocated to all the states and UTs in the proportion of health care workers database. 


According to the Union Ministry of Health, there is 'no question of discrimination against any state' in the allocation of vaccine doses. The coronavirus vaccine distribution took place on Tuesday and Wednesday and the vaccines were delivered through different modes of transport. 


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The first consignment of the coronavirus vaccine doses arrive at the MBB Airport in Agartala.




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Workers unload the first consignment of Covishield vaccine at the Chaudhary Charan Singh airport in Lucknow.


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Workers unload the initial procurement of coronavirus vaccine at a storage facility in Bengaluru.



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Officials receive the first batch of Covishield vaccine doses at the Central Storage facility of Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital in New Delhi.



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Covishield vaccine delivery at the NSCBI Airport in Kolkata.



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The delivery of the COVID-19 vaccines.



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Mumbai gets the initial procurement of coronavirus vaccine. 


Maharashtra has reportedly received a total of 9,83,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses, of which 9,63,000 have come from the Serum Institute of India and the remaining from Bharat Biotech.


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The first consignment of COVID-19 vaccine Covishield arrives at cold storage in Srinagar.


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