COVID-19 Precaution Dose: Karnataka Govt to Conduct Workplace, Door-to-Door Vaccinations

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Bengaluru, July 15: The Karnataka government has prepared district-wise micro plans for conducting workplace vaccinations along with door-to-door inoculation drive to implement the 75-days COVID Vaccine Amrit Mahotsav. All citizens above 18 years of age who have completed six months or 26 weeks after their second dose can avail the precaution dose, beginning on Friday and till September 30, state Health Minister K Sudhakar said.

“The government is ready with a plan to vaccinate 4.34 crore eligible beneficiaries in next 75 days in 8,000 Government COVID Vaccination Centres across the state,” the minister said. As of now, the state has a stock of 8.84 lakh doses of Covishield and 31.55 lakh doses of Covaxin, he said.

District-wise micro plans have been prepared for conducting workplace (IT companies, industries, government offices, etc.) vaccinations along with door-to-door vaccination drive and ‘Lasika melas’ on Wednesday. Free COVID-19 Booster Dose for All Adults From July 15 for Next 75 Days, Says Union Minister Anurag Thakur.

He urged all eligible citizens to get their precaution dose and join hands for a Covid-free India. In this campaign, all the beneficiaries are eligible to avail precaution dose free of cost at all government COVID vaccination centres.

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