Sunday, October 2, 2022

CM Kejriwal’s big announcement, vaccination will be done at booth level, employees will go door to door

New Delhi: In the national capital Delhi, the pace of corona infection has slowed down, but the danger still remains. By the way, the Kejriwal government of Delhi has given relief from Corona curfew with some conditions.

Schools, colleges and cinema halls will remain closed for now. On the other hand, the pace of vaccinating the corona in Delhi is being expedited. Meanwhile, the government has started a big campaign.

Now the vaccination facility will be made at the polling stations that cast their votes and the officials will go door-to-door to appeal to the people to get vaccinated.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday that people above 45 years of age would be vaccinated within a month if the vaccine continues continuously from the Centre. He said that very few people are coming to the centers who are above 45 years of age.

Now the Delhi government will appeal to people to go door to door for vaccination. Now people will be given the facility of vaccination at the polling center so that people do not face any problem in getting the vaccine. According to Kejriwal, initially this is being started within 70 wards.

This mission will be run in 70 wards every week. By doing this, there is an attempt to start this campaign in 4 weeks. Booth level officers will now go to people’s homes, ask about 45 plus people and get them vaccinated.

If someone is not vaccinated, the officers will come by giving them slots. According to Arvind Kejriwal, 57 lakh people are above 45 years of age, 27 lakh have received the first dose, there is a plan to apply the remaining 30 lakh in the next one month. E-rickshaw facility will be given to those who want to come for vaccination.

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