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The politics of vaccine in Delhi is getting faster. The Kejriwal government of Delhi is blaming the Center for the shortage of the vaccine. At the same time, the central government says that it is supplying the vaccine to Delhi as before.
Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia alleged that the Center is being stubborn in its supply of the Corona vaccine. He surrounded the Center and asked the question how private hospitals are getting the vaccine, while the states are lacking it.
Youth in Delhi will have to wait
Talking about the shortage of the corona vaccine in Delhi, Sisodia said on Saturday that the vaccine would not be available before 18 June for people aged 18 to 44 in Delhi. People of this age group will have to wait longer.
Vaccine shortage in Delhi
He said that in some private hospitals only the youth are getting vaccinated. Vaccines are free at government centers, while private hospitals have to pay 1000-1200 per dose. Delhi is expected to get 5.5 lakh vaccine doses in June. Currently, people in the age group of 18-44 in Delhi have stopped getting vaccinated in all government centers, because there is no vaccine.
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He said that the population of people between the age of 18-45 in Delhi is 92 lakhs. We need 1.84 crore vaccine doses for these. The central government provided us only 4.5 lakh doses in April. Delhi was given 3.67 lakh doses for May. Now in June, an award of 5.5 lakh doses has been given, which will start from June 10. If these 92 lakh youths are to be saved, then the only way is to get them vaccinated.
Things are under control at present in Delhi
In Delhi, 1,141 people were found corona positive on Friday. 2,799 people recovered and 139 died. So far, 14.23 lakh people have been infected. Of these, 13.85 lakh people have been cured, while 23,951 patients have died. 14,581 are being treated here.