Corona Vaccination In Delhi: The Delhi government is focusing more on applying booster doses instead of giving first and second doses. From the second week of May, instead of giving first and second corona, booster doses have been given more. As a result, the gap between the booster dose and the second dose in Delhi has increased in the last one week. Let us tell you that the Delhi government has made all adults eligible for booster dose and booster dose is being given to them absolutely free of cost.
Continuous decline in second dose
Doctors doing door-to-door vaccinations
The first dose has been given to 1.8 crore eligible people in Delhi so far. Whereas 1.6 crore people i.e. 84 percent eligible people have been given the second dose. Whereas 8.8 percent of the people have been given a booster dose or a precautionary dose. Delhi government is running door-to-door vaccination campaign. The government aims to vaccinate those above 60 years of age who have not yet been vaccinated. Apart from this, Government is looking for children aged 12 to 17 years who have not yet received both the vaccines.
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