Mumbai: Preparations are being completed across the country for the world’s largest vaccination process. From 16 January, the dose of Corona’s vaccine will start across the country. Kovishield made at the Serum Institute in Pune and Kovicin made at Bharat Biotech are being transported through different channels across the country. To make this vaccination easy in the country’s financial capital Mumbai, the Mahaplan has been made a Mahaplan.
Kalyug’s Sanjeevani boot has arrived in Mumbai to end Corona
A total of 1 lakh 39 thousand 500 doses have come in Mumbai and a total of 1 lakh 30 thousand health workers have registered. This vaccine will be given at a total of nine places in the city. The Mumbai Metropolitan Municipality has set up a city task force at district level, headed by additional municipal commissioner. A ward task force has been formed at the block level, headed by the Assistant Municipal Commissioner. Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar said that Kalyug’s Sanjeevani boot has arrived in Mumbai for the elimination of Corona. Therefore, there is no need to be worried anymore.
The Corona vaccine, which arrived in Mumbai, will currently be kept in Parel’s cold storage. Later it will be sent to all the centers. BMC Additional Comm issioner Suresh Kakani said that the hospitals set up in Mumbai have the capacity to store 50 lakh doses of Corona vaccine. These places have a temperature of -25 to -15 degrees. There is also space available to store the vaccine at Kanjurmarg.
Arrangements have been made to keep the corona vaccine in 10 hospitals and centers of the city.
1. Regional Vaccine Store, Kanjurmarg, capacity of 90 lakh doses
2. District Vaccine Store BMC F South Ward, capacity of 6 lakh doses
3. KEM Hospital, 2.5 lakh dose capacity
4. Sion Hospital, capacity of 60 thousand doses
5. Nair Hospital, capacity of 60 thousand doses
6. Cooper Hospital, capacity of 60 thousand doses
7. Bhabha Hospital, capacity of 60 thousand doses
8. VN Desai Hospital, capacity of 60 thousand doses
9. Rajawadi Hospital, capacity of 60 thousand doses
10. BDBA Hospital, capacity of 60 thousand doses
BMC Additional Commissioner Suresh Kakani said that this vaccine will be available to the health workers first, including doctors, ward boy nurses, cleaning workers and front line workers. The vaccine will be installed at 8 locations. In which there will be 4 Medical Colleges and 4 Peripheral Hospitals. In the medical college, 40 booths will be built and the vaccine will be installed in 2 shifts.
18 booths will be built in 4 peripheral hospitals and vaccine will be installed in 2 shifts. That is, 11,600 people will be vaccinated daily at 58 booths. In 10-12 days, 1.25 lakh people will be vaccinated. For the delivery of vaccine, 4 vehicles will be transported to the Medical College and the Peripheral Hospital under the supervision of the Security Guard from the vaccinated centers.