Vaccination is closed in Mumbai on Thursday (July 1). Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has given this information by tweeting from its official Twitter handle.
Thursday (July 1) Vaccination is closed in Mumbai
On Thursday, once again the vaccination campaign has got a break. Once again Mumbaikars will not get the vaccine due to the crisis of lack of vaccine. Vaccination is closed in Mumbai on Thursday (July 1). Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has given this information by tweeting from its official Twitter handle. It has been said that whatever new information about the vaccination center and their program will be given further.
Experts are anticipating the arrival of the third wave of corona in the month of September. 14 new patients have been found in Maharashtra of the Delta Plus variant, which is believed to be the cause of the third wave. Accordingly, including the last 21 patients of Delta Plus variant in Maharashtra, so far 35 cases of Delta Plus variants have come. This is more than half the case of the 66 Delta Plus variants found in the country. In such a situation, it is being considered as a way to stop the third wave of vaccination. That’s why BMC has started trying to speed up the vaccination in Mumbai, with a target of one lakh citizens being vaccinated every day. But due to the lack of vaccine, the vaccination campaign gets braked again and again.
In Mumbai, more than one lakh people are being given the vaccine every day.
For the past few days, more than one lakh people are being given the vaccine every day. A record was set for the highest number of vaccines given on Monday. Vaccine was given to 1 lakh 80 thousand people on this day. So far 53 lakh people have been given the vaccine in Mumbai. But suddenly this campaign has got a break once again due to the end of the dose of the vaccine.
BMC is trying to meet the requirements of the vaccine
BMC has also made some efforts to continue the vaccination campaign unabated and to ensure the supply of vaccines. BMC had also floated a global tender for this a few days ago. In this way one crore vaccine doses had to be bought. But the eight companies that filled the tender failed to fulfill the conditions of the tender. The discussion of Sputnik vaccine with the authorized distributor company in India, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratory, started for several days last month. But no decision has been taken on this yet. Until the crisis of vaccine shortage is resolved, this program of vaccination in Mumbai will be able to run sometimes in a fast, sometimes slow way.
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