Vaccination has been started in 301 centers against Kovid-19 for people aged 18-44 in the capital Delhi. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia says that the government aims to build 10 vaccination centers in every school.
Phase III vaccination started in Delhi
Immunization campaign is being carried out in the country to continuously beat the corona virus. Meanwhile, 11 leaders of the opposition have written a letter to the central government regarding the free vaccination campaign on a large scale in the country. They demand that there should be free vaccination across the country. Also, 35 thousand crore rupees should be allocated for vaccination. Vaccines are being given to people between the ages of 18-45 in 301 centers in the capital Delhi.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Monday that vaccination has been started in 301 centers against Kovid-19 for beneficiaries in the 18-44 age group in the national capital. Today, vaccination has started in Delhi’s 76 government schools. Along with this, vaccination is being done in 301 centers for the age group of 18–45 years. He says that the government’s goal is to have 10 centers in every school.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that he will continue to expand the number of centers. Sisodia said after her visit to the Vinod Nagar vaccination center that she had received more vaccines. He further said that the Delhi government received 4.5 lakh vaccine doses on 1 May and they are in touch with the vaccine manufacturers for higher doses.
He told that 45 thousand 150 people were given appointments for vaccination in the state today. People are very keen to get vaccinated. Sisodia said that he hopes to get 100 percent of the people vaccinated.
Government School Vaccination Center
Corona cases in the capital Delhi are not taking the name of reduction. In the last 24 hours, 20 thousand 394 new cases of corona have been reported and 407 patients have died. At the same time, the positivity rate is 28.33 percent. For the first time during the lockdown, the positivity rate has come down to 30 percent.
Corona cases are increasing continuously in the capital
To curb the ever increasing cases of corona in Delhi, vaccination has started on a large scale from today. The Delhi government has made a lot of preparations for this. CM Arvind Kejriwal says that within three months, the whole of Delhi is ready to be vaccinated. In such a big decision, 77 schools have been made Vaccination Centers, which will be attached to the nearest hospital.
For the first time in Delhi, government schools have been converted into vaccination centers. Special arrangements have been made in the government school to vaccinate the corona vaccine for people between 18 and 45 years of age. People have started coming to the center. At the same time, people say that the government has a good move. Everyone should get vaccinated. At the same time, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia also visited the Vaccination Center in West Vinod Nagar.
Minister Gopal Rai visited Vaccination Center
Gopal Rai, a minister in the Delhi government, visited the vaccination center in the Zafarabad Extension area. He said that he had reached here to take stock of the vaccination of people over 18 years of age. Gopal Rai said that as the vaccine consigns, we will increase the center.
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