Coronavirus India News Live Updates: Ministry of Health has reduced the gap between second and booster dose of Kovid-19 vaccine to 6 months – Henry Club

COVID-19 Live News Updates: The Union Health Ministry on Wednesday The duration between the second dose and the precautionary third dose is reduced Kovid-19 vaccine from nine months to six months. On Wednesday, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan wrote to the states that after completion of six months or 26 weeks from the date of the second dose, it has been decided to give the third dose to the adult population as a precaution. Currently, preventive doses are available free of charge at government immunization centers for priority groups – frontline workers, health workers and the elderly over 60 years of age. Precautionary doses for people aged 18-59 are available only at private immunization centres.

In a separate development, amid the rise in the number of Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra, There is no covid related death In Mumbai in last 22 days. On the second day, the number of new Kovid cases in the city was less than 700. On Wednesday, a day after the city reported 659 cases, 695 cases were reported in the city. According to data shared by the health department here on Wednesday, the viral infection in Delhi reported 600 Covid-19 cases and one death, while the test positivity rate came down to 3.27 per cent. With the fresh cases and death, Delhi’s COVID tally has gone up to 19,38,648 and the death toll has gone up to 26,276, the department said in a bulletin.

In world-related news, Mainland China reported 409 new coronavirus The National Health Commission said on Thursday that as of July 6, the cases, of which 124 were symptomatic and 285 were asymptomatic. 141 symptomatic and 286 asymptomatic infections, which China counts separately – compared to 427 new cases a day earlier. There were zero new deaths as the day before, keeping the country’s death toll at 5,226.