First dose of the coronavirus vaccination had been administered to 100 percent of the eligible population in Delhi


Posted on 25 December 2021


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On December 24, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that the first dosage of the coronavirus vaccination had been administered to 100% of the eligible population in the National Capital. This indicates that the first dosage of the vaccine was successful in vaccinating 148.33 lakh persons in Delhi. “Salute to Doctors, ANMs, Teachers, ASHAs, CDVs, and all other frontline workers. Congratulations to DMs, CDMOs, DIOs, and all district functionaries,” Arvind Kejriwal tweeted. The discovery comes at a time when coronavirus cases are on the rise in Delhi. Between December 9 and 15, there were 362 new cases found; between December 16 and 22, there were 712 new cases detected. In addition, the number of Omicron variant cases recorded in the city is increasing. On December 23, Delhi reported 118 new COVID-19 cases and one death, with a 0.13 percent positivity rate. According to the daily health report, the cumulative coronavirus tally in the National Capital presently stands at 14,42,633, with over 25,000 deaths.


Key Point

  • On December 24, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that the first dosage of the coronavirus vaccination had been administered to 100% of the eligible population in the National Capital.