Hesitation, Lack of Awareness Behind Low Turnout for COVID Vaccination: Indian Medical Experts

India, a country with more than 1.3 billion people, kicked off the world’s largest COVID vaccination drive on Saturday. The government aims to vaccinate 30 million frontline staff, including health workers, during the first phase of this drive.

An instinct for hesitating and a lack of awareness is behind the low turnout of frontline workers to take part in the vaccination drive, say a number of medical experts in the country. 

According to government data, so far India has jabbed more than 381,000 frontline workers in the world’s largest Covid vaccination drive which kicked off on Saturday.

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