Central government has decided to reduce the gap between second dose and booster dose of Covid-19 vaccines for the person travelling abroad, as per ANI reports.
Many people requested the government to reduce the gap between vaccines as many countries are making booster doses mandatory.
Besides, many health experts have said that reducing the gap will help in speeding up the booster dose drive in the country.
Meanwhile, India’s COVID-19 vaccination coverage has exceeded 190.67 crore (1,90,67,50,631) as per provisional reports till 7 am today. “This has been achieved through 2,37,57,172 sessions,” the Ministry said.