11.39 lakh doses of Covid-19 vaccines administered in Nagaland so far
Dimapur, Oct. 18 (EMN): As many as 11,39,239 doses of vaccines — Covishield and Sputnik V — have been administered in Nagaland as on October 17, according to data provided by the department of Health and Family Welfare.
A total of 11,33,862 doses of Covishield — 698372 first dose and 435490 second dose — have been administered in the state, while 377 doses of Sputnik V — 3,011 first dose and 2,366 second dose — have been administered so far.
The breakup of vaccination showed that 15,998 health care workers (HCWs) and 60,945 frontline workers (FLW) had received first dose of Covishield, while 13,331 HCWS and 47,716 FLWs had received second dose of Covishield.
Data also showed that 20,00,10 people of age 45 years and above had been administered with the first doses of Covishield and second dose of the same vaccine to 15,05,94 people.
Meanwhile, 657 persons age 45 years and above had received the first dose of Sputnik V and 563 persons the second dose.
Under the category of 18 to 44 years, 4,21,419 persons had received the first dose of Covishield and 2,23,849 persons the second dose, while 2354 persons had received the first dose of Sputnik V and 1803 persons received the second dose.
Meanwhile, the Union Health Ministry updated on Monday that 102 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses had been provided to states and union territories so far and over 10.72 crore balance and unutilised doses are still available.