Vaccination centre closed even today, Mumbai witnessing shortage of vaccine

May 04 2021 12:43 PM
Vaccination centre closed even today, Mumbai witnessing shortage of vaccine

Mumbai: Maharashtra is witnessing a continuous shortage of vaccine and if there is a slight shortage, it is Mumbai. There is a shortage of vaccine in Mumbai. Meanwhile, BMC stopped vaccination of people above 45 years of age for 4 days and only more than 18 years of age were being vaccinated. On Tuesday, people given second doses and slots were called for the vaccine at several centres. According to reports, the same is now being returned to the people even after making an appointment at the Dahisar Vaccination Centre.

In fact, this centre has been closed. This is causing distress to senior citizens who are returning from here. On the other hand, the dean here says, "We have only 100 vaccines and if the centre is opened, they will not be able to give the vaccine to everyone, so it has been closed". People looked quite angry and were seen arguing with security personnel at the centre. Let us also tell you all that vaccination has started at Kohinoor parking lot in Dadar, Mumbai. Special arrangements have been made for senior citizens and physically challenged people. Under this, such people can get vaccinated by sitting in the car.

In addition, seating arrangements have also been made for the general public. Here, the vaccine takers will sit in their car even during the next half an hour of observation. You must be aware that a similar scheme was made during the RT-PCR which yielded good results, after which BMCने started vaccination here. Vaccination has started at Dadar Sith Kohinoor parking lot in Mumbai.

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