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BMC vaccination centres in Mumbai to open between 9 am to 5 pm on July 5

Due to the ongoing vaccine crunch in Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has decided to limit the number of operating COVID vaccine centres to just 187 on Monday, i.e., half the usual number of inoculation sites. The civic body has announced that only the second dose of the Covaxin shot will be administered today, from 9 AM to 5 PM only. These will be catered by 50% on spot registration and 50% online booking.

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Mumbai's Reliance Hospital to provide free vaccination to kin of kids being treated for Cancer

Amid a number of welfare initiatives functional in Mumbai, Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation has decided to safeguard a group of individuals who visit their oncology department regularly. As per the latest initiative, families of cancer-affected children, who are receiving treatment at the hospital, will be given immunity booster vaccines for free. Announced by an official representative on Saturday, this decision attempts to inoculate the high-risk individuals on priority.

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3-day walk-in vaccination drive for senior citizens & 45-plus individuals starts in Mumbai today

In a bid to scale up the inoculation program in the city, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has started a walk-in vaccination drive at its centre on Monday. Slated to be functional till Wednesday, the immunisation schedules shall allow on-spot registration for people above 60, for their first and second Covishield doses. In addition to this, individuals above 45 will be able to procure their (first or second) Covishield jabs as a part of these drives.

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Mumbai's Fortis Hospital conducts doorstep inoculation for residents of Mulund Housing Society

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.

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Mumbai civic body ready to execute door-to-door vaccination, awaits approval from centre

Answering the concerns of the Bombay High Court, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has affirmed that it is prepared to implement door-to-door vaccination if the central government approves of it. The civic body stated that extensive immunisation schedules will be executed after the centre frames an appropriate policy and issues relevant directives. Previously, the High Court asked BMC if it was ready to conduct door-to-door inoculation drives for the aged and specially-abled citizens.

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