Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) announced that the vaccination against the coronavirus would not be performed on Thursday (1 July 2021), due to a lack of jabs in both the city and government centres in Mumbai.
That The municipal body said in a statement made on Wednesday that the vaccine drive would continue as soon as a new stock of vaccines is received. ” As soon as the vaccine stock is available, the vaccination will be re-started,” said a BMC statement on Wednesday.
The BMC says that so far in the metropolis there are 54,35,731 citizens. Of those benefits, 10,72,578 There are currently in Mumbai 399 active COVID-19 vaccination centres – 281 BMC, 20 government-run and 98 privately owned vaccination centres.
Wednesday, Maharashtra reported 9,771 new COVID-19 cases, taking a tally of 60,61,404, and a death toll of 1.21,945 according to a health department official after 141 people died of infection.
In comparison to Tuesdays, when the new diseases stood at 8,085, the state reported about 1700 more deaths, with 90 fewer than in 231 cases. The country has 1,16,364 active cases of COVID-19.
He said the recovery rate of Maharashtra COVID-19 was 96.02%, while the fatality rate was 2.01%. Specialists and teachers developed plans that would only allow up to 50% of their establishments’ capacity to be covered by the Covid Guidelines, including frequent sanitation and slots.
In his speech to PTI, Vice President Chirag Sethi, Delhi Gym Association, expressed appreciation that the fitness industry was able to reopen as it follows the guidelines.
Sethi, the owner of Anytime Fitness in Malviya Nagar, also said they allowed members of the fitness centre to enter about 16 slots, from 6 am up to 9 pm.