Town crossed the one crore vaccination mark virtually a yr after the drive kicked off on January 16, 2021
Mumbai Town crossed the one crore vaccination mark virtually a yr after the drive kicked off on January 16, 2021. General, 1.81 crore doses have been administered within the metropolis, in accordance with the info of the Co-Win portal.
On Wednesday, vaccination was additionally carried out at Ruparel faculty for youngsters together with different dozens of centres for youngsters between 15-18 years of age on third day of its vaccination drive.
General within the metropolis, 58,344 residents have been vaccinated, of this, 8,832 have been first doses of youngsters between 15-18 years of age.
General, within the metropolis, 18,193,448 doses have been administered of which 10,017,317 are the primary dose and eight,176,131 are second dose.
The eligible inhabitants for vaccination above 18 years of age within the metropolis is 92 lakh and all of them have been administered the primary dose. Moreover, the floating inhabitants of over 8 lakh have additionally been given the primary dose. Whereas virtually 90% of the residents obtained their second dose.
In the meantime, the BMC plans to totally vaccinate the whole eligible inhabitants with two doses of vaccine by the top of February 2022. Nevertheless, beginning January 10, BMC will begin administering the third dose to frontline and healthcare employees adopted by senior residents with comorbidities.