Mumbai just 838 vaccines away from 100% first dose coverage
The Times of India Hyderabad|November 13, 2021
Delhi Has Given 88.5% First Doses, Followed By B’luru (88%), Chennai (82%)
SumitraDebRoy

Mumbai: The city is dosed away from administering first shots equivalent to its entire eligible population, the first among metros to reach the milestone. As on Friday, Mumbai had administered 92,35,708 first jabs, barely 838 shy of the entire estimated adult population of 92,36,546.

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