Jagdalpur:Vaccination of citizens above 60 years of age with Krishnkant

Senior Citizen Krishnakant got the first vaccine administered at the District Ayurvedic Hospital at Kumharpara.

Jagdalpur 01 March 2021

The second phase vaccination campaign to protect against corona virus started on March 1. The first vaccine introduced at 9 am in the district Ayurvedic Hospital, Kumharpara in Jagdalpur city, for the citizens above 60 years of age in Bastar district, was introduced to Pandit Sundarlal Sharma Ward resident Shri Krishnakant Dwivedi. The process of registration of Shri Krishnakant was completed before vaccination and after vaccination, he was also placed in the Observation. Mrs. Gayatri Dubey, Ramkumar Sinha, Khemlal Baghmar, Sehlata Baghmar, Mrs. Premchandra Jain, Mr. Gautam Acharya, who were present in the hospital, also got vaccinated. Nodal Officer (Health) and Deputy Collector Ms. Geeta Raist, CMHO Dr. Chaturvedi were also present on the occasion.
    Under the vaccination, comorbid (already suffering from any disease) in the age group of 45 to 59 and citizens above 60 years of age are being vaccinated. In addition, the self to edit the vaccination work. Bamiram Smriti Medical College Dimrapal, Government Nursing College and MPM Hospital Jagdalpur have also been identified for vaccination.
Vaccination of Kovid-19 in government institutions will be free for the common citizens and a provision has been made to take the vaccination fee of Kovid-19 in the private medical institute MPM Hospital at the rate of Rs 250 per dose. Registration facility is available in the vaccination center itself. Under the documents required for registration, any photo I card in which Aadhar card, Epic card, passbook, driving license and government records and other documents can be submitted. Apart from this, a person already in the age group of 45 to 59 has to submit a comorbid certificate from a competent medical officer. Apart from this, the beneficiaries also have to enter their mobile number for registration.