No Vaccination Without Registration: DC Srinagar

Srinagar: Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar Muhammad Aijaz Asad on Saturday kick-started the COVID vaccination drive at Shri Maharaj Hari Singh (SMHS) hospital for the people between age group of 18-45 years saying that the eligible people must get themselves registered and that nobody will get inoculation without registering for the vaccination.

Asad said that a total of ten designated centres have been set up by the district administration where the people between the age of 18-45 will be vaccinated.

The designated centres include Sub centre Natipora, UPHC Nishat, SMHS hospital, SKIMS Soura, G B Pant hospital, Boys Secondary School NIT, Miranda School Chinkral Mohalla, Community hall, health Centre Miskeen Bagh and Government Higher Secondary School Batamaloo.

“The number of designated centres will be increased soon,” he said, adding that the people must get themselves registered on Co-Win portal, saying that nobody will be vaccinated until and unless getting him/herself registered.

Pertinently, Jammu and Kashmir has announced a free of cost vaccine for the people falling in the age group of 18-45.

Asked about the reports regarding shortage of vaccine, DC Srinagar said that there was no shortage at all and the number of people getting vaccinated every day is higher in Srinagar than other districts of the Union Territory. “The Covishield has arrived in ample quantity and there is no shortage,” he said.

While quoting the health experts, he said that vaccines are the magic bullet as it is the ultimate protection against the virus. There is a need to follow the Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) in letter and spirit.


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