Of the 9.63 lakh Covishield vaccine doses for Maharashtra, a sum of 11,240 antibody dosages have been saved for the Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS). An aggregate of 7,930 immunization portions have been allotted for AFMS in Pune while 1,610 have been saved for Mumbai. Another 15,130 immunization dosages will be saved for focal government medical care laborers and the excess for state medical care laborers, as indicated by state specialists.
The most noteworthy number of vaccine doses have been shipped off Mumbai (1,39,500), trailed by Pune (1,13,000), Thane (74,000), Nagpur (42,000) Ahmednagar (39,000), Kolhapur (37,500) and Aurangabad (34,000).
A gathering on this issue was hung on Wednesday and the allotment of immunization portions will be made according to the focal government’s convention, said Pune District Collector Dr Rajesh Deshmukh. Likewise, Pune locale has gotten an aggregate of 1.13 lakh immunization dosages.
Dr Amit Shah, PMC’s vaccination official, said the urban body has gotten 48,000 immunization portions, which have been kept at its antibody store focus at Narayan Peth. Rather than the 16 immunization communities distinguished to vaccinate medical care laborers in the main stage, the municipal body has now recognized eight clinics, including Sassoon General Hospital, Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Ruby Hall Clinic, Noble Hospital and Bharati Hospital, and the metro body-run Kamala Nehru Hospital, Rajiv Gandhi Hospital and Sutar Hospital.
Private hospitals authorities said they expected the immunization portions to be sent either by January 15 or upon the arrival of the inoculation, January 16.
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