Data critic James Williams says that since the onset of the corona epidemic, two types of government and non-government data have been going public. Here, it is not about Delhi or the Center, but of all governments. Their figures are not less than any point of view. Almost all the data related to corona examination, identification of patients, death etc. are also excluded from mathematical estimation.
According to the Delhi government report released on Wednesday, 43,20,490 doses have been received from the central government of which 40,00,970 doses have been given to health workers, frontline workers and those 45 or older.
Similarly, for the age group of 18 to 44 years, Delhi Government has taken 817690 doses out of which 3,82,620 has been spent. Combining both figures, Delhi has received 51,38,180 doses so far, of which 43,83,590 has been spent. This includes data on both vaccine uptake and waste. In the same report, Delhi government has confirmed that 41,64,612 people have received vaccine till May 11, based on which it can be said that 2,18,978 vaccine doses have been wasted here. That is, five percent of the total spent dose became useless.
Two different figures in the same report
Now two different figures in the same report are also incomprehensible. In the same report of the Delhi government, it has been told that so far 32,12,034 people have been given the first dose and 9,52,578 have been given the second dose. In this, the age-wise government said that the first dose has been given to 4,20,023 people between 18 and 44 years of age. Whereas in the column above this figure is 3,82,620.
Now the status on the report of Center-Delhi
Now comparing the figures between Delhi and the central government for those between 18 and 44 years of age. According to the Union Health Ministry, till May 11, 421487 people aged 18 to 44 have been vaccinated in Delhi. While Delhi has two figures, one of which is 3.82 and the other is 4.20 lakh. Both figures are completely different from the report of the Union Ministry of Health. Responses from both the responsible officials could not be obtained.
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