The Delhi government said a free dose of Covid-19 will be given to anyone who is eligible and in the 18 to 59-year-old age group. First and second doses of the vaccine will be given to people who have resuscitated them. Then, they’ll get “precaution doses of the same vaccine,” the statement said.
An order from the Delhi government says that Co-WIN has been changed to meet the needs of the national capital. Online and walk-in appointments will be available. People in the capital are getting more sick. The decision comes at a good time.
On Wednesday, the Delhi government said that people who don’t wear masks in public places would be fined 500 rupees. This is just eight days after the government relaxed this rule because there had been fewer cases.
All Covid-infected people in Delhi have their genomes sequenced to see if there is a new variant, like the XE, in the city. This is to see if it has spread there.
People 18 and older have been getting a third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine from private clinics across the country since April 10. People in Delhi who are 18 to 59 years old will get a free “precaution dose” from April 21 at all government CVCs, the health department said in an order.