Centre allows all private hospitals
to administer Covid-19 vaccine
Centre allows all private hospitals to administer Covid-19 vaccine on Business Standard.
The Centre on Tuesday permitted all private hospitals to give Covid vaccine if they adhere to
the laid down norms
Coronavirus The states and Union territories were also urged not to
store, reserve, conserve or create a buffer stock of the COVID-19
vaccines, the Union Health ministry said in a statement, a day after the
start of the second phase of India's inoculation drive.
In which the coverage has been expanded to include everyone above 60
and those over 45 with specified co-morbidities.
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At an official review meeting with the states, the Centre reiterated there
is no shortage of the vaccines and hence, adequate vaccine doses should
be allocated to the COVID Vaccination Centres(CVCs)
The Centre urged the states and the UTs to ensure adequate allocation of
COVID-19 vaccines to all hospitals, government as well as private, for
the entire duration for which vaccination sessions have been
News Source : BS / Business Standard