Youth vaccinations higher as govt plans for walk ins
| Monday | 21st June, 2021
Till now, the Centre's vaccination policy did not allow for walk-in registrations in the 18-44 age group — thereby creating a significant digital divide in the vaccination process for the youth.
Since May 1, when the Delhi government started vaccination of the 18-44 age group, a total of 1,38,568 people in the segment have been fully vaccinated.
For the 18-44 category, the city has 2,68,000 vaccines available, including 2,38,000 Covishield and 30,000 Covaxin shots.
Atishi added that 8,27,000 vaccines doses were available for those above 45 years and above, including 72,000 Covaxin and 7,55,000 Covishield shots.
The Covaxin stock for this category is expected to last five days and Covishield may last 57 days.
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