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Indore residents overdue for 2nd dose of COVID vaccine to be denied entry in public places

Aiming for complete immunisation of the target population in Indore, the Health Department has urged the state government to impose strict restraints on those overdue for the second COVID-19 jab. After a downward trajectory of COVID cases in the city, citizens have started ignoring the grave nature of the situation. Reportedly, over 7 lakh people are yet to take their second dose and the laid-back attitude of the public is raising concerns among health officials.

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Installation of the remaining 10 oxygen plants in Indore may get delayed due to a supply dearth

It is expected that the installation of all 47 oxygen plants in Indore, may take longer than the proposed deadline. The district had earlier planned to complete the project by September 30, however, only 32 plants are presently operational here. While the work of about 5 other plants is underway, the remaining 10 units may not see the light of the day soon due to a difference in supply and demand, informed official authorities.

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1.62 lakh+ citizens to get second jabs at the mega vaccination drive in Indore today

A mega vaccination drive is being initiated in Indore today in a bid to expedite its overall COVID inoculation coverage. As per reports, the one-day campaign aims to administer the second dose to about 1.62 lakh people in the city. Around 500 vaccination sites have been prepared across the district to progress the drive and meet the set target.

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All eligible beneficiaries in Indore jabbed with the first dose of COVID vaccine!

In a landmark victory against the COVID pandemic, Indore has achieved 100% first dose vaccine coverage among its eligible population. This means, that all people over the age of 18 years here, have at least received their primary anti-viral jab. Reportedly, Indore is the first district in India, with a 10 lakh+ population, to have achieved this feat. This, in turn, has strengthened the current healing trends in the city, the state and the nation, at large.

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Ahead of the expected 'third wave', 22 more oxygen plants to become functional in Indore

The Madhya Pradesh Disaster Management Advisory Committee has set the ball rolling for the establishment of 48 oxygen plants across public and private hospitals in Indore. This rampant infrastructure boot has been channeled in view of the expected rise of the 'third wave' of the coronavirus pandemic. As per reports, 26 out of the 48 O2 generation units have already been set up in Indore, while the remaining 22 will be provisioned in the next 15 days.

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