- Expert warned about the third wave of Corona
- If this condition of vaccination continues, then the third wave will be dangerous
- Vaccine shortage continues at government centers in Delhi
At present there is a shortage of vaccine in Delhi. at government centers lack of vaccine If so, there is a huge stock of vaccine being seen at private centers. Vaccines are being administered at different rates in these private hospitals. Somewhere its cost is Rs 800, somewhere in one thousand and somewhere in 1200 rupees,
Yudhveer Singh, Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at AIIMS, says that all private centers are charging arbitrary prices for the vaccine. Those who have money, they go there and get the vaccine, but those who do not have money, they cannot get the vaccine done at private centers and the vaccine is not available at government centers.
In such a situation, there are a large number of people who are not able to get the vaccine at this time. At this time it is necessary that a price should be fixed at all private centers. The government should intervene in this and stop the arbitrary price being charged in private centers. A price should be fixed, at the same time the price should also be reduced. With this, more and more people will be able to get the vaccine. At present, the situation is that the private center, which is administering the vaccine at a lower price than other private centers, is more crowded there. If the price becomes one, then a normal number of people will be seen at all the centers.
Dr. Yudhveer Singh says that if the situation remains the same regarding vaccination in Delhi, then the third wave can take a dangerous form. Very few people have been able to get the second dose in Delhi, so it is necessary that the speed of vaccination should be increased. Prices should be fixed at private centers so that more vaccines can be administered. Dr Viveka Kumar of Max Hospital says that the third wave is being said to come and it can come at any time. Therefore it is necessary that the preparation should be completed and vaccination is at the top of these preparations. At this time there is a need to do vaccination very fast and to vaccinate a large population in the shortest possible time. If a large population is vaccinated, then there will be less risk of the third wave, but if the vaccine is not available and the situation remains the same, then there can be a huge loss.
‘Need to consider drive through vaccination’
Dr Yudhveer Singh says that drive-thru vaccination needs to be considered once]as it has ended the observation process. It is necessary to remain in observation for half an hour after vaccination, but this is not happening in drive-thru vaccination. There may also be a problem in maintaining the cold chain of the vaccine, so drive-through vaccination needs to be reconsidered.