Mumbai: The second wave of corona has gone out of control. To overcome this, the States are making efforts at their own level. At present, patients are suffering in most of the hospitals in the country. There are many hospitals where there is a crisis ranging from oxygen to covid beds. Among all of them, more and more people are being urged to get vaccinated to protect themselves from this dangerous virus. Now, as per the recent information received, there is a demand for door-to-door vaccination in Maharashtra. The Mayor of Mumbai has now responded to this.
Recently, Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has said that "there are no plans to get door-to-door vaccinations from BMC, but are planning to install some mobile vans for vaccination in many places". Registration for vaccination will be done only through the Co-Win app. Apart from this, he gave information about the Corona vaccine, 'Our hospitals have adequate doses of Covaxin. Covishield is expected to deliver as many doses as possible in a day or two. There is also a good stock of Remedisvir'.
All that 5888 new corona cases have been registered in Mumbai last Saturday. Meanwhile, 71 people have also died and 8,549 patients have been recovered. At present, the total number of cases in Mumbai has gone up to 6,22,109. Recently, Maharashtra Pradesh Congress President Nana Patole had also demanded the government to go door to door to vaccinate the people.