As per the BMC directives, vaccination drives are suspedned all across Mumbai today.
In a bid to expand the scope of inoculation, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has allowed for doorstep vaccination drives. As per the latest developments, a doorstep immunisation schedule was executed at Mulund Housing Society on Saturday assuring an easy and hassle-free administration of the lifesaving jabs. As per reports, immunity booster doses were given to around 200 beneficiaries with the help of doctors and staff from the Fortis Hospital.
2nd event of its kind in the city
Notably, this is not the first time that Mumbai residents got benefitted from such a program. Previously, the maiden doorstep drive was conducted at Goregaon's Gokuldham Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Officers Quarters Society.
MP from Mumbai North-East was also present at the event which took place at Mulund Housing Society. Tagging the drive as #SanjeevniApkeDwar, he thanked Municipal Commissioner and Fortis Hospital through his Twitter account. He further claimed that the doorstep vaccination programs will be conducive to relaxing the burden on inoculation centres. Additionally, citizens will be able to get their doses with greater ease and accessibility. It can be expected that more of such drives will be witnessed in the city in the days to come and a significant number of individuals will be benefitted from them.
No vaccination drive in the city from today
Dear Mumbaikars. There will be no vaccination at any of the centres tomorrow. Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday.… https://t.co/iWmoiUGxJT— माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC (@माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC)1621697357.0
Ever since the current phase of vaccination began, opening inoculations for everyone above 18, Mumbai civic body has executed a list of measures to make sure that schedules are managed successfully. As per the latest information, the drive will remain suspended across all centres in Mumbai today while details for tomorrow are currently awaited. Given the scale at which vaccination plans are being implemented in the city, it can be said that a large count of Mumbaikars will soon be safeguarded against the deadly virus.