New Delhi: Medical and health pioneers over 60 years of age Co-diseases Registration for a booster dose or precautionary dose vaccine for those present began on the Govt site.
The federal government has decided to give a booster dose of the vaccine to children, as the spread of the omega-3 virus in the country continues.
Addressing the people on Christmas Eve, Prime Minister Modi announced that from January 3, 2022, the 15- to 18-year-olds will be vaccinated and from the 10th, the precautionary dose vaccine will be given to those over 60 years of age who are co-morbid.
According to Prime Minister Modi, vaccination of 15- to 18-year-olds has started and up to 2 crore people have been vaccinated so far.
Following this, precautionary vaccination work is set to begin across the country tomorrow. For this Registration The Govt site has been up and running since yesterday.
There are 13.75 crore people over the age of 60 in India alone. All of them need to be vaccinated with a booster or precautionary dose. Those who come to pay the precautionary dose should have completed 9 months after the 2nd vaccination.
Vikas Sheel, Additional Secretary of the National Health Movement, tweeted: No new registration required. It is sufficient for those who have already received 2 vaccinations to register their registration once in the precautionary dose category.
People over 60, Co-diseases Those who have already received 2 vaccines do not need to carry any certification from a doctor when going for booster dose vaccination. ”