The Details thereof along with the percentage of children covered under various Vaccination Programmes.

The Details thereof along with the percentage of children covered under various Vaccination Programmers.

(a) As per the coverage data available from 190 selected low coverage districts under Intensified Mission Indradhanush, full immunization coverage increased by 18.5% from latest available survey i.e. National Family Health Survey-4 (2015- 16), according to which full immunization coverage was 62.0% in the country. In the said survey, full immunization coverage in rural areas was 61.3%, as compared to 63.9% in urban areas.

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(b) The State/Union Territory wise full immunization coverage as per Health Management Information System during each of the last three years and current year is given at Annexure 1.

(c) Steps taken to promote awareness among communities regarding the benefits of vaccination and ensure full vaccination of all children across the country are:
  • Mission Indradhanush (MI) was launched by the Government of India in December 2014 with the aim to increase full immunization coverage of children. A total of six phases of Mission Indradhanush have been completed covering 554 districts across the country since then. It was also implemented as one of the flagship schemes under Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (16,850 villages across 541 districts) and Extended Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (48,929 villages across 117 aspirational districts). During various phases of Mission Indradhanush, a total of 3.39 crore children and 87.18 lakh pregnant women  have  been  vaccinated,  as  on 28th March 2019.
  • Awareness generation through electronic and print media like radio spots, television, posters, hoardings etc.
  • Inter personal communication by front line health workers like Auxillary Nurse Midwives (ANMs) and Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs).
  • Utilizing social media platforms like Twitter, Whatsapp etc.
  • Social mobilization by Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) and other community workers.
  • Incentives to ASHAs for mobilizing the children to the session site and for ensuring full immunization to the child.
(d) State/UT-wise deaths due to vaccine preventable diseases (Measles, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Neonatal Tetanus and Japanese Encephalitis) for the three years are given at Annexure 2.

(e) Yes, the Government of India has introduced indigenous Rotavirus vaccine in March 2016 as a part of its Universal Immunisation Programme in a phased manner, as per the recommendations of National Technical Advisory Group of India (NTAGI). At present, Rotavirus vaccine has been introduced in 18 states (Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, Assam, Tripura, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Daman & Diu, Gujarat, Bihar, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and Chhattisgarh) where around 5.0 crore doses of rotavirus vaccine have been administered to children till May 2019. The Rotavirus vaccination programme has been included in the Universal Vaccination Programme from this year.

Annexure 1 Details of children covered under Universal Immunization Programme, State/UT-wise

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States
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020

No. of Children fully Vaccinated

FIC* (%)
No. of Children fully Vaccinated

FIC* (%)
No. of Children fully Vaccinated

FIC* (%)
1 A & N Islands
4926
82.10
3861
77.22
4249
91.32






















Final data to become available at the end of the Financial year
2 Andhra Pradesh 765538 90.49 840593 99.36 846935 101.43
3 Arunachal Pradesh
18079
66.96 17751 65.74 18887 69.95
4 Assam 636368 89.63 582777 82.43 595599 94.69
5 Bihar 2683190 97.04 2606323 91.80 2858441 97.39
6 Chandigarh
15806
83.19 16012 84.27 18249 114.06
7 Chhattisgarh 546876 89.07 528788 85.56 567009 92.20
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli
8211
74.65
8228
91.42
8386
92.15
9 Daman & Diu
3930
78.60
3962
79.24
5314
132.85
10 Delhi 300125 102.08 307645 94.37 298300 94.10
11 Goa
16878
76.72 20962 99.82 19708 89.58
12 Gujarat 1163084 85.90 1174665 90.92 1156814 89.68
13 Haryana 439819 79.25 497884 88.28 493679 92.62
14 Himachal Pradesh 104305 87.65 89931 78.20 101694 89.21
15 Jammu & Kashmir 208360 97.82 217803 102.25 204933 98.05
16 Jharkhand 794745 98.24 805502 98.47 747613 92.30
17 Karnataka 933183 80.66 1050504 92.88 1054412 93.64
18 Kerala 454799 88.14 495624 97.37 463420 93.62
19 Lakshadweep
1051
105.10
1002
100.20
1024
102.40
20 Madhya Pradesh 1515819 79.40 1493409 76.98 1611360 83.02
21 Maharashtra 1864806 94.52 1857101 95.38 1825376 94.78
22 Manipur
43938
97.64 39195 89.08 34977 87.44
23 Meghalaya
67302
92.19 56425 77.29 42033 57.58
24 Mizoram
17876
99.31 16155 89.75 15704 87.24
25 Nagaland
20682
64.63 17121 53.50 14097 60.66

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States
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020

No. of Children fully Vaccinated

FIC* (%)
No. of Children fully Vaccinated

FIC* (%)
No. of Children fully Vaccinated

FIC* (%)
26 Odisha 678818 83.70 471099 58.09 692322 87.30
27 Puducherry
12881
58.55 15220 69.18 14928 74.64
28 Punjab 413136 93.05 400325 90.98 373911 95.47
29 Rajasthan 1418713 80.02 1431520 80.11 1400496 85.02
30 Sikkim
7835
71.23
7494
68.13
7628
69.35
31 Tamil Nadu 850874 75.70 839325 75.28 936583 98.85
32 Telangana 858658 133.96 565817 88.96 604690 95.83
33 Tripura
46408
81.42 45474 79.78 46732 86.54
34 Uttar Pradesh 4732336 84.04 4726492 83.43 5022753 88.74
35 Uttarakhand 177511 92.94 166753 88.23 182943 102.78
36 West Bengal 1448852 99.65 1396177 95.69 1391440 95.11
All India 232,75,718 88.66 228,14,919 86.71 236,82,639 91.76
Note: Latest data reported by states/UTs as on 17.07.2019. Data reconciliation, a routine exercise, is underway. Calculation is based on birth cohort reported by States/UTs

Annexure 2
Deaths due to Vaccine Preventable Diseases - 2016-18. State/UT wise Deaths due to Measles in India, 2016 to 2018
Sr. No State/UT 2016 2017 2018 (P)
1
Andhra Pradesh 0 0 0
2
Arunachal Pradesh 0 0 0
3
Assam 0 0 0
4
Bihar 9 0 1
5
Chhattisgarh 0 0 0
6
Goa 0 0 0
7
Gujrat 0 0 0
8
Haryana 0 0 0
9
Himachal Pradesh 0 0 0
10
Jammu Div. 0 0 0
Kashmir Div. 0 0 0
11
Jharkhand 0 0 0
12
Karnataka 0 0 0
13
Kerala 0 0 0
14
Madhya Pradesh 2 0 2
15
Maharashtra 7 2 2
16
Manipur 0 0 0
17
Meghalaya 0 0 0
18
Mizoram 0 0 1
19
Nagaland 0 1 0
20
Odisha 0 0 0
21
Punjab 0 0 0
22
Rajasthan 0 0 3
23
Sikkim 0 0 3
24
Tamil Nadu 0 0 0
25
Telengana* 0 0 0
26
Tripura 0 0 0
27
Uttarakhand 0 0 0
28
Uttar Pradesh 1 2 0
29
West Bengal 5 18 8
30
A & N Islands 0 0 0
31
Chandigarh 1 1 1
32
D & N Haveli 0 0 1
33
Daman & Diu 0 0 0
34
Delhi 8 4 12
35
Lakshadweep 0 0 0
36
Puducherry 0 0 0
Total 33 28 34
Note:
(P) Provisional
*Telangana State was formed in 2014
** Source: Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI)

State/UT wise Deaths due to Diphtheria in India, 2016 to 2018
S. No. State/UT 2016 2017 2018 (P)
1
AndhraPradesh 0 3 1
2
ArunachalPradesh 0 0 0
3
Assam 0 0 0
4
Bihar 4 0 0
5
Chhattisgarh 0 0 0
6
Goa 0 0 0
7
Gujarat 0 0 0
8
Haryana 0 0 0
9
HimachalPradesh 0 0 0
10
JammuDiv. 0 0 0
KashmirDiv. 0 0 0
11
Jharkhand 0 0 0
12
Karnataka 0 0 0
13
Kerala 0 0 0
14
MadhyaPradesh 1 0 0
15
Maharashtra 0 0 0
16
Manipur 0 0 0
17
Meghalaya 0 1 3
18
Mizoram 0 0 0
19
Nagaland 0 0 0
20
Odisha 0 0 0
21
Punjab 0 0 0
22
Rajasthan 1 0 0
23
Sikkim 0 0 0
24
Tamil Nadu 0 0 0
25
Telangana 0 0 0
26
Tripura 1 0 0
27
Uttarakhand 0 0 0
28
UttarPradesh 1 2 0
29
WestBengal 1 0 0
30
A&N Islands 0 0 0
31
Chandigarh 0 0 0
32
D&NHaveli 0 0 0
33
Daman&Diu 0 0 0
34
Delhi 1 1 0
35
Lakshadweep 0 0 0
36
Puducherry 0 0 0
Total 10 7 4
Note:
(P) Provisional
*Telangana State was formed in 2014
** Source: Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI)

State/UT wise Deaths Due to Japanese Encephalitis, 2016 - 2018
S. No. State/UT 2016 2017 2018 (P)
1
Andhra Pradesh 0 0 0
2
Arunachal Pradesh 0 0 0
3
Assam 92 87 94
4
Bihar 25 11 11
5
Chhattisgarh 0 0 0
6
Goa 0 0 0
7
Gujarat 0 0 0
8
Haryana 0 1 0
9
Himachal Pradesh 0 0 0
10
J&K 0 0 0
11
Jharkhand 5 1 0
12
Karnataka 0 2 5
13
Kerala 0 0 2
14
Madhya Pradesh 0 0 0
15
Maharashtra 1 0 1
16
Manipur 1 10 3
17
Meghalaya 4 4 6
18
Mizoram 0 0 0
19
Nagaland 0 2 0
20
Odisha 42 0 0
21
Punjab 0 1 0
22
Rajasthan 0 0 0
23
Sikkim 0 0 0
24
Tamil Nadu 0 2 0
25
Telangana* 0 0 0
26
Tripura 1 0 0
27
Uttarakhand 0 0 0
28
Uttar Pradesh 73 93 25
29
West Bengal 39 40 35
30
A&N Islands 0 0 0
31
Chandigarh 0 0 0
32
D&N Haveli 0 0 0
33
Daman & Diu 0 0 0
34
Delhi 0 0 0
35
Lakshadweep 0 0 0
36
Puducherry 0 0 0
All India Total 283 254 182
Note:
(P) Provisional
*Telangana State was formed in 2014
** Source: Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI)

The above statement was submitted by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Department of Health and Family Welfare of undermentioned Lok Sabha Question:-

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT 
OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE

LOK SABHA 
STARRED QUESTION NO. 381
TO BE ANSWERED ON THE 19TH JULY, 2019 V

ACCINATION PROGRAMMES

381. SHRIMATI REKHA VERMA

state: Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to
  • (a) whether a large number of children have not been vaccinated in the early years of their lives particularly in rural areas of the country;
  • (b) if so, the details thereof along with the percentage of children covered under various vaccination programmes being implemented by the Government during each of the last three years and the current year, State/UT-wise;
  • (c) the steps taken/being taken by the Government to promote awareness among communities regarding the benefits of vaccination campaigns and ensure full vaccination of all children across the country;
  • (d) the average number of children dying of various diseases as a result of not being covered in vaccination campaigns implemented for these diseases during the said period, State/UT-wise; and
  • (e) whether the Government has introduced/proposes to introduce low-cost indigenous rotavirus vaccine as a part of its Universal Immunisation Programme and if so, the details thereof along with the progress made in this regard?

ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 
(DR. HARSH VARDHAN)

(a) to (e):  A statement is laid on the Table of the House

STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO LOK SABHA STARRED QUESTION NO. 381 FOR 19TH JULY, 2019

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