New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Thursday flagged the need for a clear policy on booster doses for fully vaccinated people as the issue “is raising a lot of concern among people at large, mostly among those in the old-age bracket or suffering from other diseases”.
“We can take cognizance of the fact that in a number of Western countries USA and Europe are not just contemplating but also advocating booster shots for citizens and residents. News reports say even Israel is strongly advocating booster dose that’s how they have been able to control the disease,” a bench, comprising Justices Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh, observed.
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