CM opens the first drive vaccination centre in Delhi: The Delhi government, in collaboration with Akash Healthcare Super Hospital, plans to open the first drive-through Covid vaccination station in the country at Vegas Mall in Dwarka. On May 26, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is expected to open the facility.
Due to a severe scarcity of vaccines, the municipal government has placed the effort to vaccinate everyone above the age of 18 on hold, causing vaccination clinics to close. The Vegas Mall is located in Dwarka’s Sector 14 in the south-west Delhi neighbourhood of Dwarka. Even as Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal declared his government has begun preparing for the “third wave,” Delhi registered 1,550 new cases of COVID-19 and 207 fatalities today.
This is the lowest daily case count since March 27 (1,558 instances), and it’s the second day in a row that the number has fallen below 2,000. The national capital has a positivity rate of 2.52 percent. “We’ve approached Pfizer and Moderna about vaccines, but both companies have refused to sell us vaccinations directly.
They have stated that they will deal with the government at the federal level. We urge the federal government to purchase vaccines and distribute them to the states “This afternoon, Mr. Kejriwal told reporters. The city has been hit by a vicious second wave of the pandemic that is sweeping the country, claiming a large number of people every day, with an oxygen shortage at several hospitals compounding the problem.
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