- Action to identify persons over 45 years of age
- Guided by the 1912 helpline for the second dose
- Vaccine targets 30 lakh people in 30 days
Bengaluru News: So far Vaccine A household survey has been launched to identify those who are over 45 years of age. BBMP Chief Commissioner Gaurav Gupta said 30 lakh people will be vaccinated within the next 30 days.
“So far, 34,68,463 people have been vaccinated in the city. The target of 30 million dose vaccines is being achieved with the participation of private hospitals and donor organizations. Beneficiaries who need to receive a second dose will be given the necessary guidance if they call the 1912 helpline, ”he said at a news conference.
According to the voter list, 26 lakh people over the age of 45 have been identified in the city and 15.43 lakh (60 percent) have been given the first dose vaccine. There are three weeks to get the second dose. One percent in a month. 75 percent have decided to vaccinate, requiring a dose of 4 lakhs. Similarly, 64 people between the ages of 18 and 44 have been identified, and so far 9 lakh people have been vaccinated. The 13 percent target has been achieved. Half of the 64 lakhs, that is, 32 lakh people will need a 23 lakh dose to vaccinate.
“Slum dwellers, garment workers, and others are being vaccinated in partnership with donors and NGOs. IT companies and apartment welfare societies contract with private hospitals to vaccinate employees and residents. Steps will be taken to vaccinate building workers and film artists.
Step-by-step unlock: ‘Lockdown does not clear restrictions at once. It will be unlocked step-by-step, taking care of the situation. 16 treatment centers do not control. These will operate as usual. From here it is allowed to reserve beds directly for the needy. More than 66,000 people are being tested daily. Compared to other cities in the country, the test is twice as long. Deaths reported 20-30 days ago are reported in the Bulletin. In fact, there are 120 people dying every day in the city.
“New Zealand, Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and England are on the rise in cases of infected cases. Thus neglected. Everyone should wear masks and maintain a social gap, ”BBMP chief commissioner Gaurav Gupta said.