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Uttar Pradesh : Mass vaccination in the capital’s

vaccination centers aims to have 20000 people vaccinated

KD Singh Babu Stadium and Chota Imamabada for parents in the capital

76 government centers for 18 to 44 years old

Vaccination will be done on 61 government sites for 45 plus people
Vaccination cost from Rs 850 to Rs 1500 will be charged at private centers : Chandra Prakash Singh

Lucknow : In the third phase vaccination in the capital, 76 government centers for 18 to 44 years and 61 government centers for those above 45 years were built on Tuesday. Released under mega vaccination campaign at Singh Babu Stadium and Chota Imambara located in Chowk area. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took stock of the spot and started the vaccination. According to the information received, people of 18 to 44 years in KD Singh Babu Stadium. A target has been set to provide 1200 doses and for those above 45 years of age, 1200 is to be given. In Chota Imambara of the Chowk area, there is a target of 2400 doses in which 1200 doses will be given to 18 to 44 people and 45 will be given. The target is to give 1200 doses for those above the year. It was stated that one guardian booth has been made in Chhota Imambara and KD Singh Babu Stadium, in which people who are less than twelve years old can take advantage of it. Parents will be able to take benefit on showing the birth certificate of the child More than forty parents got vaccinated till 3 pm at KD Singh Babu Stadium. It was told that in the Mega Vaccination Campaign organized at the Ekana Stadium, a target has been set to vaccinate 6000 people, in which a target has been set to give three thousand doses to three thousand 18 to 44 years old, and 45 years to those above 45 years. A target of giving three thousand doses has been set. It is told that 13 government hospitals in the city are being given the dose of CoviShield and all other government vaccination centers are being given the dose of Covishield. It was told that vaccination is being done in private hospitals. In which vaccination is going on in Sahara Hospital, Regent Hospital and Apollo Hospitals. It was stated that the price is fixed in private hospitals in which Covishield is being charged Rs 850, and Covaxin is scheduled to be charged from Rs 1250 to Rs 1500. No fee is being given free of cost for vaccinations released on Cyto. It was stated that the mega vaccination campaign will continue. To get vaccinated, the vaccinator will have to book online slots. Told that those who are unable to book online slots. Vaccine You can book your slot by visiting the centre.

Dr. MK Singh Additional Chief Medical Officer and District Immunization Officer said that the target has been set to vaccinate twenty thousand people on Tuesday. 61 government sites have been made for the people. In which two guardian booths have been made in the capital, in which there is Chhota Imambara and KD Singh Babu Stadium. Told that there will be a vaccination of 2400 people in KD Singh Babu Stadium in Mega Vaccination and 2400 people in Chota Imambara. Doses will be given to the students and the target is to provide three thousand dosages for those above 45 years of age, in which private hospitals will have to pay the charge of vaccination in Sahara, Apollo and Regency, which have set different prices in which Covishield is Rs 850 and The price of the vaccine is fixed from 1250 to 1500. It is told that free vaccination is being done at all government sites, this campaign will continue now.