There is more awareness where there is less infection. In the North Eastern district, the majority of teenagers are receiving immunizations. In just five days, 20% of Delhi’s teenagers have received their first dose.
In just five days, 20% of Delhi’s teenagers have received the first dosage of the vaccine, yet figures show that the region of Delhi with the lowest impact of illness is receiving the greatest number of adolescents. At the same time, teenage vaccination is being documented less in regions where infection is high. The Health Department has also assessed the situation in the districts and sent its findings to all district administrations. This review focuses on the infection rate between January 1 and January 7 and vaccination of adolescents between January 3 and 7.
In Delhi, there are 10.84 lakh people between the ages of 15 and 18. He has been receiving Covaxin injections since January 3. It is necessary to take both doses at 28-day intervals. Between January 3 and 7, 2.04 lakh adolescents in Delhi received the first dose, accounting for approximately 20% of the entire target.
Looking at the situation by district, the South Western district has the lowest infection rate of 8.06 percent corona. While the North West district has the highest number of illnesses. Between the 1st and 7th of January, 21% of samples were determined to be infected. At the same time, North East Delhi has a 10.73 percent infection rate, but since last Monday, most youngsters have been receiving the vaccination on a daily basis. In this district alone, 8012 teenagers had received the vaccine in the last day. In other districts, the figure was not even 7000.
According to the Health Department’s data, an infection rate of 20.75 percent has been recorded in the North West district over the last week. That is, between January 7 and 7, every fifth sample corona in this district was discovered to be infectious. This rate is also 17.59 in East Delhi, 17.33 in South Delhi, 16.08 in West Delhi, 15.15 in New Delhi, 13.17 in Central Delhi, 11.69 in Shahdara, 11.48 in North Delhi, 10.73 in North East Delhi, and 10.73 in South East Delhi. The rate is shown as 10.04. Similarly, in the North-Eastern district, 32,983 adolescents received the first dose of vaccine in the maximum number of days in five days between January 3 and 7. In comparison, 25621 teenagers in the South Western District, 19765 in the South East District, and 18648 in the North West District have been vaccinated.
10 out of 11 districts are in the red zone
According to the Health Department’s report, 10 of Delhi’s 11 districts are now in the Red Zone. Corona infection rates are substantially higher than 10% in all of these areas on a weekly basis. In one district, though, the percentage has risen to 21 percent. Apart from them, the only district with a rate less than 10% is South West, where 8.06 percent of samples were detected contaminated in the previous week. This district ranks second in the number of teenage immunizations, with about 25 thousand adolescents vaccinated.
Adolescent Vaccination Status by District
District Total immunization Infection rate
New Delhi 15589 15.15
North East 32983 10.73
North West 18648 20.75
Shahdara 17671 11.69
South 15574 17.33
South East 19765 10.04
South West 25621 8.06