Special vaccination facility in Delhi will be operational today to administer the second dose of Covishield vaccine to those who will be travelling abroad for work, studies, or sporting events, which is good news for those who will be travelling abroad for work, studies, or sporting events.
Where is the vaccination centre located? According to reports, a dedicated COVID vaccine facility has been established at Navyug School on Mandir Marg, and the much-needed initiative is being organised by the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government for those who need to travel abroad before August 31, this year.
Who is eligible for vaccination? According to government directives, the vaccination centre is open to students who need to travel internationally for their education, those who need to work in foreign countries, and athletes and accompanying staff of the Indian contingent to the Tokyo Olympics.
Meanwhile, those who have completed 28 days after their first dose of Covishield will be able to receive the vaccine. The COVID vaccine is currently administered at 12- to 16-week intervals.
What documents are required to obtain the COVID vaccine in this facility? Those who are eligible must show their passport as proof of identification and bring documents to prove their racial origin.
Under the guidelines of the government, Covishield’s second dose can be taken for special provisions for between 28 and 84 days, for: Students who need to go to school abroad People in other countries who have to take up jobs Athletes, sportsmen and Indian contingent accompanying staff at Tokyo International Olympic Games AAP MLA Atishi presented the vaccine report on Sunday and stated that the government has a Covaxin inventory of under two days and Covishield inventories less than one day of those aged 18 plus.”
So far, 46,33,650 people in Delhi have received the first dose of COVID vaccine, accounting for 30 percent of the city’s total population over the age of 18. Furthermore, 14.40 lakh people have received both doses of vaccine,” Atishi stated.
“We would like to appeal to the Central Government to maintain a regular supply of vaccines for the youth aged 18 to 44 years,” she added. Because the more vaccine we make available to youth, the less fear they will have of the vaccine.”