Delhi Children vaccination center: Instructions have been given to open temporary vaccination centers for children of 15-18 years in the schools of Delhi. All DDEs (Districts) and DDEs (Zones) will visit the vaccination centers under their jurisdiction.
Vaccination centers will be opened in Delhi schools for the age group of 15-18 years (symbol)
Delhi Schools Children vaccination: Delhi government has given its officials temporary immunization centers for 15-18 year olds in its 20 schools. (vaccination center) instructed to open. Immunization campaign for children in the age group of 15-18 (vaccination campaign) Started on 3rd January. The Directorate of Education (DoE) said, “All DDEs (Districts) and DDEs (Zones) have been directed to open temporary immunization centers for students in the age group of 15-18 years in 20 schools where school health clinics operate. are being done. The cases of Omicron variants are also increasing in the country. According to the data released by the Ministry of Health, today Omicron’s cases have crossed 5 thousand.
According to the PTI report, the Delhi government has said in the order that “the authorities have to coordinate with the district magistrates to set up the vaccination centres. Adequate space for vaccination centers will be provided separately by the school principals.” Earlier in the day, DoE had directed its officials to take various measures to expedite the COVID-19 vaccination of children in the age group of 15-17.
Emphasis on Delhi vaccination
The order said, “All DDEs (Districts) and DDEs (Zones) shall visit the vaccination centers under their jurisdiction and check the vaccination procedures on a daily basis. In addition, they will visit schools and check the records being maintained with the principals where students have been informed about the vaccination schedule. The officials will call the students and parents to find out whether they were informed about the vaccination and whether they have been vaccinated or not. Heads of schools will also have to step up mobilization efforts to ensure that more than 80 percent of children in each school are vaccinated.
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Omicron today (Omicron Case) The cases have increased to 5488. In the last 24 hours, 2,47,417 new cases of corona have come. During this 84,825 patients were also cured. There are currently 11,17,531 active cases in the country. The positivity rate has gone up to 13.11 percent.
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