Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Delhi Govt Fully Prepared for Vaccination on 16 Jan

Kejriwal said that Delhi has thus far received 2,74,000 doses of vaccine from the Centre. While the central government provides 10 percent extra vaccine, taking damage under consideration , everyone are going to be administered two doses.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Delhi Govt Fully Prepared for Vaccination on 16 Jan
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

The Delhi government is fully prepared for the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine in Delhi on 16 January, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday, 14 January, adding that he had reviewed all preparations.

Vaccination are going to be done at 81 locations in Delhi on 16 January, he said. Around 100 people are going to be vaccinated at each of those locations during a day. Vaccination are going to be done on four days every week – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, CM Kejriwal added.

He also said that while the vaccination is being began with 81 centres, the amount are going to be increased to 175 during a few days and eventually to 1,000 centres across Delhi.

Kejriwal said that Delhi has thus far received 2,74,000 doses of vaccine from the Centre. While the central government provides 10 percent extra vaccine, taking damage under consideration everyone are going to be administered two doses.

This means that the two ,74,000 doses are going to be sufficient for less than around 1,20,000 of Delhi’s doctors , while 2,40,000 have registered for vaccination.India will roll out the vaccines within the country on 16 January.

On Wednesday, Kejriwal had asked the Centre to supply the COVID-19 vaccination freed from cost to all or any . Further, the CM, consistent with Hindustan Times, said that if the Centre doesn't do so, the Delhi government will oblige.

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