The war against Corona will intensify from January 10, such an appointment will be made for booster dose. Book Appointment Online for Precaution Dose

Digital Desk, New Delhi. Corona cases are increasing continuously in the country, while the vaccination campaign has also been intensified. Under the vaccination campaign, the vaccination dose is also to be started from January 10.

Online appointments can be booked on Saturday evening, ie from today, for the third or precautionary dose to be administered from January 10. For those who cannot book an appointment online. They can also register offline by visiting the vaccination center.

Let us tell you that PM Modi had announced on 25 December regarding the precaution dose. In which he had said that the precaution dose would be applied to frontline workers and people above 60 years of age suffering from many diseases.

The government has also made some rules for the people who have to be administered the precaution dose. Let us tell you that according to the guidelines issued by the government, one will have to wait nine months (39 weeks) after the second dose of corona vaccine to get the booster dose. Also, a text message will be sent to those who have become eligible for the booster dose. No Dr.’s certificate will be required for booster dose. But still people suffering from serious illness can consult Dr.

Let us tell you that the government has released a list of the names of 22 diseases that come under comorbidity. The booster dose will be provided absolutely free of cost at the government vaccine centres. But the private hospital will have to pay for it.

Let us tell you that under the Child Vaccination Campaign which started on 3rd January, more than 2 crore doses have been administered to the children of 15 to 18 years so far. More than 2 crore 19 lakh people have also got it registered.

India recorded 1,41,986 new Covid cases in the last 24 hours. Also 285 deaths were recorded due to the disease. The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare gave this information on Saturday. The nationwide death toll has risen to 4,83,463 after the new fatalities. Meanwhile, the number of Omicron cases has risen to 3,071, of which 1,203 have been discharged from hospitals.

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With 40,895 patients getting cured in the last 24 hours, the total number has increased to 3,44,12,740. As a result, India’s recovery rate stands at 97.30 percent. The weekly positivity rate has increased to 5.66 percent, while the daily positivity rate has been 9.28 percent.

With the administration of over 90 lakh vaccine doses in the last 24 hours, India’s COVID vaccination coverage reached 150.61 crore as of Saturday morning.

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