Covid-19 vaccine to tend to 51 lakh people in first introduce Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said it's identified 51 lakh people that are going to be the primary ones to urge Covid-19 vaccination within the city under the Central government’s “priority category”. Addressing a digital news conference , the chief minister said currently Delhi has built and arranged storage capacity for 74 lakh doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. He said the storage capacity within the city are going to be increased further to 1.15 crore doses during a week’s time. Kejriwal further said that every of the 51 lakh identified persons is being registered and an SMS are going to be sent to the person’s mobile number notifying him/her about the date, time and place of vaccination.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said
Addressing a digital
“The corona situation in Delhi has improved over the past few days. The positivity rate has come down below 1% now. But,
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Kejriwal addressed the media after he held a high-level meeting with health officials and other stakeholders on Delhi’s vaccination strategy.
He said the Central government’s “priority category” has been
“Our healthcare workers
The chief minister said sufficient centres or camps