New Delhi, May 31: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday inaugurated a free COVID-19 vaccination facility for journalists and their family members at a government school in ITO.
While addressing the media here, the Chief Minister said that the service will be extended to family members above the age of 18.
“We have started this facility to vaccinate journalists and their family members in both 45+ and 18 to 44 age categories,” Kejriwal said. COVID-19 Vaccination in Rajasthan: CM Ashok Gehlot Announces Free Coronavirus Vaccine For People Above 18 Years.
FREE VACCINATION CENTER FOR JOURNALISTS‼️
➡️CM @ArvindKejriwal inaugurates a free walk-in vaccination facility for journalists & their family
➡️Journalists & their family members, in both 18+ & 45+ age group, can get Vaccinated here
➡️Center is located in a Govt School at ITO pic.twitter.com/613VI1lIK9
— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) May 31, 2021
Earlier on May 7, the Delhi Government had announced a mass COVID-19 vaccination drive for all the media houses — electronic, digital and print – in the national capital. It will bear the cost of the vaccination, Kejriwal had said.
As many as 946 new COVID-19 cases with a positivity rate 1.25 per cent, 1,803 recoveries, and 78 deaths were reported in Delhi in the last 24 hours. The total cases in the city stand at 14,25,592, including 12,100 active cases.
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