New Delhi: With just enough vaccine doses left to last till Thursday and the central government unable to provide any this month, vaccination of those in the 18-44 age group might come to a halt in Delhi, deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia said on Monday.
“We have limited vaccine doses for citizens between 18 and 44 years. Vaccines will only last for three more days after today and we may have to shut our centres after if the central government is unable to provide us with adequate doses for this age group,” Sisodia said, addressing a digital press conference.
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