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Telangana authorities to vaccinate entire Hyderabad city in 10-15 days for COVID-19

Primarily based entirely mostly on the Director of Public Successfully being, 90 per cent of the beneficiaries in the GHMC home bag got at least the first dose

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All states are competing in a flow to was the first to be absolutely vaccinated in the nation and the authorities of Telangana is working without a doubt laborious to create it happen and it claims that in a single more 10-15 days all the convey will seemingly be vaccinated. The authorities made the announcement on Thursday (August 19). 

As portion of this effort, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar on Thursday addressed a workshop held on the Secretariat, attended by Successfully being Secretary S.A.M. Rizvi, Bigger Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Commissioner Lokesh Kumar, Collectors of 4 districts and heaps hundreds of officials. 

The Chief Secretary suggested that the GHMC, well being officials, and field workers work in shut coordination to create your entire colonies in town 100 per cent vaccinated. The medical and municipal workers has been ordered to see each and every household and design up the eligible of us over the age of 18 to be vaccinated, and that the exercise be implemented in mission mode.

Somesh Kumar acknowledged there used to be a correct response to the cell vaccination programme in the GHMC. Within the identical manner, he acknowledged, groups can bag to be formed on a colony-shimmering basis with manpower and cloth to vaccinate all those who had been yet to be vaccinated.

Earlier, the Director of Public Successfully being talked about that 1.65 crore doses of Covid vaccines had been administered in the convey. He acknowledged 56 per cent of the of us got at least the first dose while 34 per cent bag got both doses.

Primarily based entirely mostly on him, 90 per cent of the beneficiaries in the GHMC home bag got at least the first dose.

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