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Nw: Thane: Man mistakenly administered rabies vaccine as a different of Covid-19; nurse suspended

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A man became mistakenly administered rabies vaccine as a different of Covid-19 vaccine at a health center in Maharashtra’s Thane on Monday. The nurse, who had given the jab, has been suspended.

Vaccine being administered through a syringe

The man became saved beneath observation while the nurse, who jabbed the actual particular person, became suspended. (Photo for representation.)

A nurse working for Thane Municipal Corporation became suspended on Tuesday for mistakenly administering anti-rabies vaccine (ARV) to a man who had technique to fetch a Covid vaccination at a health centre. The incident took living on Monday at Aatkoneshwar Health Center in Kalwa. A particular person, Rajkumar Yadav, had technique to get the Covishield vaccine, but mistakenly went and sat in the queue the save an ARV injection is administered.ALSO READ: HC seeks Centre’s acknowledge on most cancers patient’s plea for Covaxin as 2nd dose with 1st dose of Covishield The nurse, Kirti Popere, administered an ARV injection to Yadav with out taking a stare upon his case paper.As soon as the incident got right here to gentle, Yadav became saved beneath observation and Popere became suspended from the health centre.In a statement issued by Thane Municipal Corporation, the administration acknowledged that it became Popere’s accountability to ascertain the case paper of the patient sooner than administrating the vaccine.ALSO READ: ICMR bats for reopening of essential colleges, Covid attempting out as a different of temperature assessments

The civic physique acknowledged it cant be denied that the lifetime of a particular person became set up at danger due to her negligence. “Hence, as a disciplinary movement, she has been placed beneath suspension and for the interval of this tenure, she will be able to be saved at civic headquarters,” acknowledged the civic physique.ALSO READ: Bharat Biotech completes trials for Covid vaccine for teenagers beneath 18 years of age

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