Over 12,500 people get their first Covid-19 vaccine shot in Lucknow on Friday!

About 135 centres are actively administering the coronavirus vaccine in Lucknow; get your vaccine dose now!

The Health Division in Lucknow successfully immunised about 50% of health workers in the city by vaccinating an additional 1,544 healthcare workers on Friday. As per reports, there are about 68,519 health officials in the state capital and about 36,693 of these have been completed the vaccination course, with two doses, jabbed 28 days apart. About 135 centres have been modelled as vaccination centres in Lucknow and are actively administering the coronavirus vaccine in Lucknow, inching it closer to total immunity.

This Sunday, get your COVID-19 vaccine dose!

In tandem with the nationwide inoculation drive, Lucknow too began its immunity drive on January 16, 2021. In about two months time, the health division has helped the city achieve 53.5% of the phase 1 target aimed at the vaccination of health care workers. Lucknow also started vaccinating people aged 60+ and people over the age of 45 with comorbidities. Besides this, Lucknow has also started to administer the vaccine to frontline workers as an extension of the first phase.

Trailing close, a total of about 20,534 (47.6%) of frontline workers have received the COVID-19 vaccine jab. Out of these, a significant share of 2,024 workers were completely immunised on Friday, read reports. Lucknow aims to vaccinate a total of 43,119 frontline workers in this phase. Meanwhile, around 1,112 health and 1,117 workers have been jabbed with the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday.

Additionally, the second phase is also progressing rapidly in the city. In the vaccination session conducted on Friday, around 12,509 people were immunised against the threat of coronavirus. This statistic includes around 5154 senior citizens and 1,558 people over the age of 45 with comorbidities.

Popular Vaccination centres in Lucknow

The state of Uttar Pradesh has flagged off a detailed and thorough vaccination programme in Lucknow, induction both government and private hospitals in the immunity campaign. Listed beneficiaries may get the COVID-19 vaccine at the following popular booths in Lucknow:

  1. KK Hospital
  2. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee (Civil) Hospital
  3. Lucknow Metro Hospital & Trauma Centre
  4. SKD Hospital
  5. St. Mary's Polyclinic
  6. Shekhar Hospital Pvt. Ltd
  7. Raj Scanning Limited
  8. Nova Hospital Limited
  9. Vinayak Medicare Hospital
  10. T. S. Mishra Medical College & Hospital
  11. Lucknow Metro Hospital & Trauma Centre
  12. Krishna Life Line Hospital
  13. Raj Chandra Hospital & Research Centre
  14. Lucknow Hospital & Maternity Centre
  15. Mayo Medical Centre Pvt. Ltd.
  16. Chandan Hospital Limited
  17. Medical Care Centre and Hospital
  18. People's Heritage Hospital Pvt. Ltd.
  19. Pushpanjali Hospital & Research Centre Pvt. Ltd.
  20. Glean Cancer Centre & Multispecialty Hospital
  21. Ganga Sheel Advanced Medical Research Institute
  22. CARE HOSPITAL (A Unit of Goel Super Speciality Medical Centre Pvt. Ltd.)
  23. Rohil Khand Medical College and Hospital
Though the COVID-19 vaccine is not compulsory, it is an effective means to maximise personal caution against the coronavirus pandemic that is steadily carving a rising trend in Lucknow. Listed beneficiaries need to get their jab as soon as possible to enable the health division to expand the inoculation programme to other categories, in an attempt to achieve total immunity against the coronavirus.

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