Covid-19 Vaccination in Delhi: All three (first, second and precautionary/booster) coronavirus vaccines can be accessible in Delhi. Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal has said that booster doses are also being given free in the National Capital Region. At the same time, the vaccine is also being provided at his government’s Mohalla Clinics.
On Sunday (July 17, 2022), he told through his video message, “People above the age of 18 can get a booster dose. We have also made booster doses free. I would also like to appeal to the children that they Get your second dose. So far, about 3.5 crore vaccines have been administered in Delhi.”
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The CM said, “We have started giving free corona vaccine in Mohalla Clinics built around your house.” He also informed that the Delhi government had made special arrangements for giving precaution doses to senior citizens, health care workers and frontline workers and second doses to 12-17-year-old children.
Delhi CM told the capacity of one lakh vaccines every day at noon on Sunday – So far, about three and a half crore doses of corona vaccine have been administered in Delhi. These include 1.81 crores first, 1.53 crore second and 18.50 lakh precautionary doses. We can administer one lakh doses per day. You must also get a booster dose.