Hyderabad: With chief secretary Somesh Kumar expressing dissatisfaction at 100 per cent vaccination not having been achieved in the state, district collectors have started ramping up the inoculation drive.
Of 2.8 crore people (above 18) who should have taken two doses of the vaccine (5.6 crore doses), only 3.05 crore doses have been administered so far. That means 2.55 crore doses are yet to be given, while the state has 93 lakh doses available.
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