No policy yet, people go for 3rd dose privately
The Times of India Hyderabad|November 28, 2021
Fear of exposure to Covid-19 virus is driving healthcare workers and some vaccine trial participants (who got vaccinated in September-October last year), mainly from the vulnerable groups, to opt for the third dose privately.
Yogita Rao

Private organisations are extending their vaccination drive for third doses without providing a certificate. Meanwhile, the government is likely to come out with its policy on additional dose in the coming week for people with predefined conditions. However, their primary objective will be to immunise the 10-12 crores who remain unvaccinated.

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