Mumbai vaccination centres to remain shut today

Mumbai: No one will be able to get corona vaccine in Mumbai today. This is because it has been decided to shut down vaccination centres. In fact, the BMC has announced the closure of vaccination centres and the announcement was made last Saturday itself. At the same time, it was said that centres would be opened tomorrow, monday. In fact, BMC Additional Commissioner Suresh Kakani has clarified that "vaccination centres have not been closed today due to lack of vaccine but the decision has been taken as it is Sunday."

You must be aware that reports of continuous vaccine shortages are coming to light from all over the country. Earlier also vaccination was stopped due to non-availability of vaccine in Mumbai. Yesterday, the BMC tweeted, "Dear Mumbaikars, there will be no vaccination at any centre tomorrow. Hopefully sunday of all of you will be fantastic. Monday's information will be shared through a tweet.' Apart from him, Mayor Murlidhar Mohol said that ''Vaccination centres in Pune were closed on Saturday due to vaccine shortage.''

In fact, he tweeted in Marathi that "due to lack of vaccine stock, vaccination will not be done at all vaccination centres in Pune Municipal Corporation area on May 22." At the same time, a senior mumbai BMC officer says that "vaccination has been stopped for a day not because of vaccine shortage but because it is Sunday." Let us also tell you all that in Delhi There has also been a shortage of vaccine, which has prevented vaccination of people between the ages of 18-44 years. Yes, in fact, the government does not have a vaccine for this age group. The same Delhi CM has also demanded the central government to provide the vaccine at the earliest.

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