13.55 lakh doses of Covid-19 vaccines administered in Nagaland
Dimapur, Jan. 13 (ENMN): As many as 13,55,991 doses of vaccines — Covishield and Sputnik V — have been administered in Nagaland as of January 12, 2022.
According to the data provided by the Department of Health and Family Welfare, a total of 13,49,486 doses of Covishield — 7,64,697 first dose and 5,84,789 second dose — have been administered in the state.
Meanwhile, a total of 6,505 doses of Sputnik V — 3,519 first dose and 2,986 second dose — have been administered.
The breakup of persons vaccinated revealed that 16,005 healthcare workers (HCWs) have received the first dose of Covishield and 13,551 HCWS received second dose of Covishield; 60,995 frontline workers (FLW) have been administered with the first dose of Covishield and 48,667 the second dose.
The data also showed that 2,14,246 people belonging to 45 years and above age group have been administered the first dose of Covishield and 1,80,024 the second dose of. Meanwhile, 765 persons and 713 persons from the same age group have received the first and second dose of Sputnik V respectively.
Under the category of 18 to 44 years, 4,73,451 persons have received the first dose of Covishield and 3,42,552 the second dose, whereas 2,754 persons have received the first dose of Sputnik V and 2,273 the second dose.
Meanwhile, a total of 8,413 doses of Covaxin have been administered to the 15-18 age group in the state as of January 12. However, five districts namely Kiphire, Mon, Longleng, Tuensang and Zunheboto districts were yet to open the tally of doses in the said age group.