Some private hospitals have started the Kovid-19 vaccination campaign for people aged 18 to 44 in their limited centers in the country from Saturday. Sources at the Apollo Hospital said that the operation has started in its centers in Hyderabad and Kolkata, but has not yet taken place in Delhi. He said that they were waiting for the vaccines to arrive and said that vaccination in Delhi could start from Monday or from Tuesday.
Max Healthyaker announced that the campaign will begin in select hospitals on the network in Delhi-NCR. Sources said the operation at Fortis Healthcare has not started yet as he is waiting for the vaccine and said that the program will start later in the afternoon.
Fortis Healthcare said in a statement that Kovaxin will be offered to people aged 18-44 from Saturday in its north India centers for Rs 1,250, which will include the vaccine and the cost of applying it.
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Max Healthcare said that after receiving the vaccine doses, citizens will be vaccinated in all the hospitals in the network. It said in its statement that currently, TK Max Healthcare will be available in Panchsheel Park, Patparganj, Shalimar Bagh, Rajendra Place (BLK-Max Hospital), Noida and Vaishali.
Three large private hospital chains – Apollo, Fortis and Max – announced on Friday that Kovid-19 vaccination campaign would be launched for people aged 18 to 44 at limited centers in the country from May 1, while the Delhi government said That she will start the campaign after getting the vaccine.
Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday that vaccine supplements had not yet been received for the campaign, indicating that the national program of giving vaccines to people in the age group of 18 to 44 from May 1 did not include the national capital. Will be able to happen. He appealed to the people of this age group not to stand in queue at the vaccination centers on Saturday.