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Delhi is ready for COVID vaccination at 81 locations: Arvind Kejriwal

The Chief Minister of Delhi informed that the vaccination program will be run four days a week - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Yogita S.

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Published on 14 Jan 2021 10:33 AM GMT

Delhi is ready for COVID vaccination at 81 locations: Arvind Kejriwal
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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal told in the press conference today that all preparations for corona vaccination took in Delhi. Delhi is fully ready for vaccination. Initially, vaccination program planned at 81 centers which will increase to 175 and gradually their number will increase to 1000.

Delhi is ready for Corona Vaccination:

Kejriwal said that till now we have received 2,74,000 vaccine doses from the central government, which is enough for about 120,000 health workers. 2,40,000 health workers have registered in Delhi.

The Chief Minister of Delhi informed that the vaccination program will run four days a week - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Vaccines will not be placed on Sunday and two other days of the week.

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The Chief Minister informed that from January 16, all preparations have been completed for the beginning of the Corona virus vaccination campaign and 8,000 health workers will be vaccinated on every scheduled day in the city.

Precautions are essential even after vaccination:

It is important to emphasize the continued practice of appropriate covid appropriate behaviors for personal safety. Also community infection prevention such as frequent and well-rinsed masks using soap and water. Masks Or wearing a face cover and keeping a minimum physical distance of two yards (six feet) from each other.

To reduce the risk of infection even after vaccination or recovering from covid-19. It is important to make the public aware while explaining the rationale for continuing covid appropriate behavior.

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Vaccination of frontline workers will help reduce its social and economic impact by reducing covid-19 mortality. The next group to receive the covid-19 vaccine would be the person over the age of 50. The co-morbid category under 50, as the death rate is higher in this category.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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