In various states across the country, the second wave of the COVID pandemic has resulted in a severe scarcity of vaccination supplies and medical infrastructure. Concerns about vaccine shortages and waste have surfaced, and the Ashok Gehlot government is now being scrutinized by the federal government. The state and the center differ not only in terms of national average vaccine waste, but also in terms of vaccine waste percentage. In contrast to the Rajasthan government's assertion of 2% vaccine waste, the Center's data reveals 7% and 3% wastage in April and May, respectively. To know more, watch the full video!
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