More than 60% of teachers and non-teaching staff in schools and colleges in the state have been vaccinated with a minimum dose.
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Colleges and higher classes are set to reopen in Tamil Nadu from September 1, and the state health department and higher education and school education departments do not want to take any risks in both vaccination, teaching and illiteracy. The statement said. The state will also provide vaccinations for higher senior students in schools, especially 12th grade students and all college students. Tamil Nadu Health Minister, Maa Subramaniam and State Higher Education Minister K.
The state is conducting vaccination campaigns for the target communities and this focused vaccination has yielded the desired results, the statement said. In Pudukottai district, almost all persons with disabilities were vaccinated and all pregnant women in Ailur district were vaccinated.
The health department said that 4.7 lakh people were vaccinated across the state on Saturday and the daily number at government centers reached 2.9 crore.
The state expects the country to be the top performer overall with a single dose of one crore doses of vaccine. Officials are of the opinion that the allocation for the state was poor in the first four months of the vaccination campaign which resulted in poor performance in vaccination.
Speaking to IANS, Maa Subramanian said, “We have received a special allocation of 2.2 million doses of vaccine for August and we are trying to get 10 million doses as special allocation and this will take us to a higher level among the best performers. .
“We have vaccinated target communities such as athletes, people with disabilities, breastfeeding mothers, and pregnant women, and the results have been as we expected. . ”
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