Covid vaccine crisis: No jabs in Mumbai’s govt hospitals, Delhi flags crisis

India’s financial and national capital are facing an acute shortage of Covid-19 vaccines as Delhi and Mumbai centers are running on a tight stock of jabs. While Delhi has less than a day’s stock left, with nearly 30,000 doses administered on July 19, vaccination has been stalled in BMC and government-run hospitals in Mumbai. Delhi […]

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July 21, 2021

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India’s financial and national capital are facing an acute shortage of Covid-19 vaccines as Delhi and Mumbai centers are running on a tight stock of jabs.

While Delhi has less than a day’s stock left, with nearly 30,000 doses administered on July 19, vaccination has been stalled in BMC and government-run hospitals in Mumbai.

Delhi had a balance stock of 2,63,170 coronavirus vaccines, out of which 1,95,290 doses are of Covishield and 67,880 of Covaxin as on Tuesday morning.

However, only 20 per cent of the Covaxin stock is to be used, since its stock is limited and has irregular delivery cycles, it noted.

Also Read: 67.6% Indians have Covid-19 anti-bodies, 40 crore still vulnerable: Health Ministry

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