COVID vaccines cannot be directly procured by private hospitals
As we all know that there has been a tremendous effort from the government to deal with the problem of the COVID-19 and trying to stabilize the economy as much as possible.
There is good news that the vaccination in all the states of the country have started successfully and are going to a full-fledged speed due to which nearly 33 crores of people have successfully taken the first dose of the vaccination.
From the beginning of July 1st, it has been announced that all types of private hospitals will not be eligible to purchase vaccines from the manufacturers while on the other hand, they will need to purchase from the central government through the portal of Cowin. There are options available in the portal called Cowin with the option called private covid vaccination centre.
There has been a different type of calculation based on which there will be the distribution of the vaccines to the private hospitals and the central government. For example, to submit an order for the vaccination will need to follow some criteria.
If there is an arrangement of 7 days that is from 20 of July to 26th of July has been selected and if 700 uses of vaccines are being reflected in the portal. As per such a situation, the daily average number of vaccines will be considered as 700/7 which is 100 vaccines a day. This is the way by which the private call B vaccination centre will work