Due to the exhaustion of the vaccine stock, the vaccine will not be available in the government and municipal vaccination centers of areas under the Mumbai Municipal Corporation on Wednesday. As soon as the vaccine stock arrives, the vaccination program will be started once again.
Vaccination is closed in Mumbai on Wednesday
Once again the vaccination campaign has got brakes. The vaccine will not be available in Mumbai on Wednesday (July 21). Vaccination will be closed on Wednesday due to lack of vaccine stock. The Mumbai Municipal Administration (BMC) has given information about the closure of vaccination in government and municipal centers of Mumbai.
The program of anti-covid 19 vaccination is going on. But due to the exhaustion of the vaccine stock, the vaccine will not be available in the government and municipal vaccination centers of areas under the Mumbai Municipal Corporation on Wednesday. As soon as the vaccine stock arrives, the vaccination program will be started once again. The Mumbai Municipal Corporation has appealed to Mumbaikars to cooperate with the administration in this regard.
Why are there frequent breaks on vaccination?
At present, the program of vaccination is completely controlled by the central government. The program of vaccination is dependent on the stock given by the central government. For some time now, due to non-availability of vaccine in sufficient quantity, the campaign of vaccination is being repeatedly braked. In Mumbai, the vaccination program has had to be stopped many times before. On Tuesday, there was a lot of chaos at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) to get the vaccine. Due to the facility of giving vaccine without registering in advance, a lot of crowd gathered here since morning.
In such a situation, suddenly people were told that only those who have registered will be given the vaccine. The rest were asked to return. People got furious at this. Despite standing for several hours, it was natural for the people to be angry about not getting the vaccine. Many people expressed outrage over not getting the vaccine even after the deadline for the second dose was over.
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