Udaipur (Tripura): A total of eleven sub-centres are there under Maharani PHC in
Tripura, where 78 per cent of vaccination has been completed to 18-44 years old age group people in different sub-centres by the Multi-Purpose Worker (MPW) under Gomati District of south Tripura.
Sharing this information in course of conversation with Kiran Bhowmik of UNI Stringer, MOIC of Maharani PHC Dr Prasenjit Das said the vaccination process is going on here in different sub-centres under this PHC with the highest effort in compliance with order published by higher authority to complete cent per cent vaccination as early as possible in the state Tripura.
According to a report shared by Dr Prasenjit Das a total of 78 per cent vaccination already completed by Maharani PHC for the age group belongs to 18-44 years old, the report also reveals the different percentage of achievement in different health centres followed by Maharani MCH Clinic-79, Gamaria SC-100, Lovestory SC-47, Hirapur SC-86, Laxmipati SC-79, Fotamati-102, Kunjaban SC-100, Rajnagar SC-70, Fulkumari SC-82, Kowaimura SC-33 and Brammachora SC-91 per cent completion of vaccination respectively.
The report shared by Dr Pradip Das in which it has reported that achievement in the first dose 86 per cent and 50 per cent vaccination completed to people under 45-59 age group people. In the case of the 60 above age group, 86 per cent first dose and 66 per cent second dose vaccination completed under Maharani PHC.
The official source of the Chief Medical Officer Office under Gomati District has informed that a 118 years old person has been vaccinated at Natunbazar ADC village area Wednesday. The 118 years old Man Mohan Banik son of Late Ishwar Banik is fully well and no disturbance has been informed by him to the doctor after vacation.
A mission mode drive to complete vaccination for all in the state Tripura, the initiative has taken by the government from 27-28th July across the state in view of importance in vaccination for COVID-19 in order to consider the highest benefits of state people.