Corona vaccine out of stock again in Mumbai! Vaccination of people above 45 years of age stopped

Mumbai: Vaccines are being asked to be administered to avoid the outbreak of corona epidemic. Due to this, vaccination is in full swing across the country. There are many cities from where reports of vaccine shortage are coming to light. This includes the city of Mumbai. The BMC here last Sunday revealed that there is a huge shortage of corona vaccine due to which vaccination of 45 years of age and upper age has been stopped from Monday. Yes, this step has been taken because of the shortage of vaccine.

At the same time, the BMC also revealed that people between the ages of 18 and 44 are being vaccinated at only five centres. Under the information received, only those who have already registered themselves for the vaccine on the Cowin app are being given time slots for the vaccine. Let us also tell you that earlier the BMC had informed that corona vaccination is to be done at Nair Hospital, BKC Jumbo Covid Centre, Cooper Hospital, Seven Hills Hospital and Rajawadi Hospital in Mumbai.

There are reports of continuous shortage of karona vaccine from here and people are not getting the vaccine as per the requirement. At present, the situation here is such that vaccination of 45 years and above has been stopped. The move has been taken in view of the shortage of vaccine here. At the same time, vaccination of people above the age of 18 years is also being done at only 5 centres in Mumbai.

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