Maharashtra: BMC issues new rules for vaccination in society due to fake vaccination

Mumbai: Fake vaccination is being carried out at many places in Maharashtra. More than 2,000 people have had fake corona vaccination in Maharashtra, including Mumbai. The BMC has become stricter after getting information about the same. The BMC has now issued a new guideline for vaccination in private societies. Yes, and according to this new guideline, the private vaccination centre will now be required to inform the medical officers of the ward before vaccination in societies.

More than 2,000 fake vaccination cases have been reported in and around Mumbai. Fake vaccine administered at Hiranandani Society in Kandivli. Similar incidents were also witnessed in Mumbai's Khas, Versova, Parel and Thane districts. The BMC has now said that the guidelines already issued in the places where fake vaccination has taken place were not followed. Moreover, the Maharashtra government has informed the High Court that the "2054 fake vaccine dot has been administered to the people.''

Talking about the new BMC rule, private vaccination centres will have to inform medical officers at the ward level before vaccination in society. The same rules have been framed for vaccination centres. An official says that "all vaccination booths have been given special registration numbers. As per the information already reported, the vaccine can be checked from the registered number.''

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