For the 18-44 age group, the capital has eight days of Covishield doses obtainable, she mentioned.
“Delhi at present has three days of Covaxin and two days of Covishield inventory for these above 45, and healthcare and frontline employees. We request the federal government to make extra doses obtainable for this class,” she mentioned.
Delhi has to this point bought 43.20 lakh doses for 45-plus, and healthcare and frontline employees, of which 40.29 lakh have been utilised, Atishi mentioned.
The town has obtained 8.17 lakh doses of coronavirus vaccines for the 18-44 class. Of this, 4.27 lakh have been utilised. The remaining doses, primarily Covishield, can last as long as eight days, she mentioned.
The town has already run out of Covaxin inventory for 18+ class. Due to this fact, many of the centres administering the Bharat Biotech vaccine have been briefly shut until additional orders.
The AAP chief mentioned 74,448 individuals had been vaccinated in Delhi on Wednesday.
“Dispensaries conduct routine immunisation of youngsters on Wednesdays and Fridays. So, there have been fewer vaccination centres on Might 12,” she mentioned.
A complete of 41.64 lakh doses have been administered to beneficiaries throughout all classes in Delhi for the reason that inoculation drive began on January 16, in keeping with the bulletin.