After Maharashtra, now Delhi will not join the national level rollout of COVID-19
vaccination for people aged 18-44 on May 1. On Friday,Chief Minister Arvind
Kejriwal said that required vaccine doses have not been received yet for the drive
and appealed to people in the 18-44 age group not to line up at vaccination centres
in the city on May 1.Updating press Kejriwal said “In the next one-two days, around
three lakh Covishield vaccines will be received and the drive for vaccinating people
in the age group 18-44 will begin”.He also add that his government has placed
orders for supply of 67 lakh doses each of Covishield and Covaxin from
manufacturers in three months.Delhi government has also asked for a schedule from
both the companies Covwaxin and CovidShield, specifying the days when they
supply the vaccines within three months' period.The government is in constant
touch with the companies.
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