As of now, a total of 14,33,246 doses of the lifesaving vaccine have been administered to the residents across the city.
In a remarkable victory, vaccination drives in Indore registered a new record with the inoculation of more than 75,000 beneficiaries on Saturday. As per reports, the maximum count of vaccinated individuals lies in the 18-44 category, for this day. Besides, large numbers of senior citizens and those in the 45+ category also received their immunity booster jabs. As of now, a total of 14,33,246 doses of the lifesaving vaccine have been administered to residents across the city.
Extensive programs to boost vaccination drives in the city
With an objective the augment the scope of immunisation, the authorities have deployed multiple programs. This includes targeted schedules for 18-44 citizens, drive-in vaccination initiatives, special sessions for certain vulnerable groups, amongst other things. Reportedly, a new scheme for inoculating lawyers and judicial staff will be commenced soon. This intervention will be worked out based on the directions of the state government and citizens above 18 will be benefitted, therein. As per reports, special sessions with on-spot registrations were initiated for judicial officials in the 45 above category, previously.
During these uncertain times, the vaccine is the strongest shield to protect oneself against the virus. In view of this, the administration and the medical establishment in Indore have converged their resources and efforts to implement widespread drives. Thereby, it can be expected that a huge chunk of the city population shall be immunised soon.
227 new cases & 971 recoveries recorded in Indore on Saturday
After accelerated cases during the peak of the second wave in April-May, the case tallies dipped down significantly in Indore. As per official records, 227 new cases and 931 recoveries were marked in the city on Saturday. Propelled by this, the active caseload has shrunk to a count of 1,616 patients. Further, 2 deaths were registered on Saturday and a total of 1,353 individuals have lost their battle against the virus till now.