The centre government ran two-day vaccine dry run for two days on Monday and Tuesday. This dry run  took place in Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarath, and Punjab. Apart from little hiccups, the test ran well. This mock exercise was aimed at end-to-end testing of Covid-19 vaccination process and included planning and preparations as per the operational guidelines. “The objective of dry the run is also to undertake and confirm field implementation of IT platform Co-WIN and guideway forward before actual implementation. District collectors, with the engagement of district and block task force, were made responsible for conducting the dry run and it was expected to provide insights on any gaps or bottlenecks during the actual conduct of vaccination,” the ministry said in a statement. The dry run was undertaken in Krishna (Andhra Pradesh); Rajkot and Gandhinagar (Gujarat); Ludhiana and Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar (Punjab); Sonitpur and Nalbari (Assam).

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