Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia took a dig at Central Govt

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New Delhi, 12/5 (AO Bureau);Delhi’s deputy CM Manish Sisodia has attacked the central government fiercely today due to lack of vaccine dose amid Corona vaccination campaign in the capital. Sisodia alleged that on the instructions of the Central Government, the supply of Covaxin dose to Delhi was stopped. He said in the press conference today that the Delhi government had demanded one crore 34 lakh vaccines. 67 lakh covishields and 67 lakh cocaine were sought, but yesterday on behalf of Bharat Biotech, we were informed that they cannot give us the vaccine. It has been said on their behalf that we will not be able to supply further due to the instructions of the concerned government official, it is clear that the central government is determining this.

Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that the central government should be told that if the vaccine had not been sent abroad, the people of Delhi and Mumbai would have been vaccinated twice. All the reserves that have come to us, are all over, the centers of cocaine have to be closed. More than 100 vaccine centers have to be closed in 17 schools. Just the centers we had in Kovishield are running.

Vaccination is being done in two categories in Delhi

Let us know that vaccination is happening in two categories in Delhi right now. In the first category, health care workers, frontline workers and people above 45 years of age are being vaccinated. Delhi has so far received 43,20,490 vaccines for this category. Out of this, 39.22 lakh vaccines have been installed in Delhi till the morning of May 11 and the remaining 3.98 lakh vaccines are available. Apart from this, for the vaccination of people between 18 and 44 years, Delhi has so far received a total of 5.50 lakh doses, which includes one and a half lakh doses of Kovaxin and four lakh doses of Kovishield. Out of these, 3.30 lakh vaccines have been installed till Monday evening and 2.19 lakh doses were present.

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