The Union Health Ministry said that at present, in view of the dynamic and evolving nature of the pandemic, no fixed timeline can be indicated for the completion of the vaccination drive.
Earlier this week it was reported that fans will require a 'COVID passport' in order to attend league games next season, in order to return to full crowds.
Earlier, Subramaniam chaired a meeting with representatives of 117 private hospitals from Coimbatore, Tiruppur, Erode, and Salem.
Of the over 40 crore Covid-19 vaccine doses administered in India, it is not clear how many were given in private hospitals. Sources said it could be in the range of 7-8 crore.
As per an official figure, only 2, 04, 191 Front-Line Workers (FLWs) till July 8 were vaccinated with second dose while for 71,168 FLWs, the second doses are due.
The bench noted that it cannot direct the Union government on the issue of allocation of vaccines, as it was a pan-India policy.
The order issued by the director (education) Udit Prakash Rai also asked the heads of government schools to upload status reports on vaccinated staff on the tracker system by 4 pm every day.
As per guidelines, the beneficiaries were initially counselled about the benefits of the vaccine and the possible side effects. They were then administered the vaccine following their consent.
The decision for full attendance of government employees was taken as most of them are fully vaccinated, a government order said.
Following the drop in Covid cases, the government has proposed to reduce the number of beds in hospitals and limit those at Covid Care Centres, he said.
Under the nationwide vaccination drive, the Government of India has been supporting the states/UTs by providing them with the vaccines.
A health official said if the vaccine consignments as proposed by the Ministry of Health are supplied on time, the State will have a total 24.33 lakh doses of vaccines for the rest of the month.
Many, including the World Health Organization, have been critical of the vaccine inequalities in the world as the vast majority of people in lower-income countries are still waiting on a first dose.
Union Health Ministry officials, in a meeting, stated how several Private Covid Vaccination Centres in 15 states have not placed any indent for the earmarked quantum of Covid vaccines.
As per the bulletin issued by the Haryana health department on Tuesday late evening, a total of 1,00,56,163 people have been vaccinated till Tuesday.