Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced that a special campaign is being started in Delhi for people above 45 years of age, whose name is ‘Jahan Vote Wahan Vaccination’. If there is no shortage of vaccines, then under this campaign all people above 45 years of age will be vaccinated in Delhi in 4 weeks.
Kejriwal said that this campaign is being started in 70 wards now. This mission will be run in 70 wards every week. Under this, the booth level officer will now go to people’s homes, inquire about people above 45 years of age and vaccinate. CM Kejriwal said that 57 lakh people are above 45 years of age, 27 lakh have received the first dose. The plan is to invest the remaining 30 lakhs in the next one month. He also said that those who would like to come for vaccination will be given the facility of e-rickshaw.
Let us inform that affected by the second wave of coronavirus Unlocked in Delhi from Monday More relaxations were given under the process of The service of Delhi Metro was restored on Monday after a gap of nearly three weeks. Officials said that in the metro, only 50 percent of its passengers will be able to sit, and travel standing will not be allowed.
On Monday, the operation of the metro train started from its scheduled time at 6 am. A DMRC official had said on Sunday, “Only half the trains will be operated on different lines of the metro and the metro will get mixed at an interval of every five to 15 minutes.”
Kejriwal on Monday appealed to the people to behave appropriately during the unlocking process in the national capital. He tweeted, “From today many activities are resuming in Delhi. But take all the precautions to prevent coronavirus completely – wear a mask, maintain social distance and keep washing hands, do not be lax at all. One has to stay away from corona infection and also bring the economy back on track.