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Corona Vaccination in Indore: From Monday, Kovishield vaccine will be available in this hospital by paying a fee.
Corona Vaccination in Indore: Indore. NewDuniya Representative. Kovishield vaccine will also be installed at Apolorajashree Hospital in Indore from Monday. Significantly, after the introduction of 18 plus vaccination, this is the first hospital in the city where people will be able to get vaccinated by paying a fee.
On Sunday, arrangements for online vaccine booking for vaccines started at Apollo Rajshree Hospital along with other government vaccination centers on Kovin App. According to hospital CEO Abhilash Pillai, our Indore hospital has received 3600 coveshields on Sunday in the first lot from the Apollo Group. From Monday, people over 18 plus and 45 years will be vaccinated here in the hospital. The fee for a vaccine has been fixed at Rs 850. Soon, covaxine and Sputnik vaccine will be available in our hospital.
24 thousand people with 18 plus vaccinated through 91 teams
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On Sunday, the Health Department vaccinated 24 thousand people with only 18 plus through 91 teams. Online slots were booked for the vaccination to be held on Monday between 9 am and 11 am on Sunday. On Monday, 25 thousand people with 18 plus will be vaccinated. Apart from this, vaccinations will be given to those above 45 and 60 years of age.
So far, 9 lakh 64 thousand 163 doses have been applied in Indore. Of these, 7 lakh 56 thousand 964 was the first dose and 2 lakh 7199 was the second dose. Apart from this, 1 lakh 11 thousand 448 with 18 Plus got the first dose. Apart from this, the first dose on three lakh 24 thousand 228 and above 45 years was the second dose on 66917. The first dose was on 2 lakh 33 thousand 912 and the second dose on 81 thousand 271, which is more than 60 years old. Apart from this, 42 thousand 143 health care workers got the first dose and 32 thousand 736 got the second dose. The same 45 thousand 233 front line workers got the first dose and 26 thousand 275 got the second dose.