Her relatives held a protest on Friday and raised slogans demanding justice. They said that the state government must conduct an investigation into her death and come out with a report.
In an order passed by District Magistrate Jasjit Kaur on Wednesday, the community health centre's incharge, Rambir Singh, was transferred in connection with the case.
“We have 11,51,450 doses of Covid vaccines in Tamil Nadu right now. Of this, 9.4 lakh is Covishield and 2.1 lakh is Covaxin,” Director of Public Health Dr TS Selvavinayagam told The New Indian Express
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When contacted by The New Indian Express, a senior official in the medical and health department said the Centre has agreed to send four lakh doses by Monday night
He said this as part of "SpeakUpForVaccinesForAll" campaign launched by the party on social media, demanding COVID-19 vaccine for all citizens to protect them from the virus.
At a time when the daily jabs have increased to around 2 lakh doses since election day on April 6, the state is left with just a little above 9 lakh doses.
As there has been no indication as to when the fresh stock would be dispatched to the State from the Centre, health department is worried as to what to do on Monday.
In a letter, the AAP MLA said the Centre has chosen to export over 64 million doses to 84 countries while Indian citizens are desperately looking for a vaccination centre that is still open.
In a letter to the Prime Minister, Jagan drew his attention to the severe shortage of vaccines being faced by the State.
He said vaccine shortage is a very serious problem during Corona times and is not a celebration.
In Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad, people were reportedly turned away by hospitals, citing unavailability of vaccines.
Australia had counted on using AstraZeneca to inoculate most of its population, first using doses imported from Europe and then locally manufactured vaccines.
Experts say the vaccines are alike on what matters most: preventing hospitalizations and deaths.
And real-world evidence as millions of people receive the vaccines show they're all working very well.