The second phase of coronavirus vaccination will start from March 1 nationwide. At this stage of the corona vaccination, the vaccine will also be given to people over the age of 60, those over 45 and those suffering from the disease. The government has now said that people suffering from health-related problems will be given priority in vaccination. The government has issued a total of 20 criteria for this. If there is one or more of these 20 criteria, then they will be preferred over the vaccine.
The first number of these 20 criteria was heart failure for a year with a hospitalized patient. The second is a heart transplant. In addition, second-line vaccination is also preferred for hypertension and diabetic patients. Or vaccination is preferred for those with kidney-liver and hematopoietic stem cell transplants or those already on the waiting list.
Amid rumors about the cost of the vaccine, the government has decided that the price of one dose in private hospitals is Rs 250. Vaccination is completely free in government hospitals. The government has announced vaccination in 10,000 government hospitals and 20,000 private centers across the country. A total of two doses taken in a span of 28 days cost Rs. It also covers all types of taxes.
The presence of any 20 criteria (attached with a tweet) for vaccination is preferred; It includes heart failure with hospital admission in the past one year, kidney / liver / hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipient / waitlist, decompensated cirrhosis, end-state kidney disease: GoI pic.twitter.com/LOB9AmjkPh
– ANI (@ANI) February 27, 2021
Those who are going to get a corona vaccination can show a government identification card. These Identity Cards – Aadhaar Number, Driving License, Health Insurance Smart Card, MNREGA Job Card, Voter ID, Voter ID, PAN Card, Bank / Post Office Passbook, Pension Document, Government Identity Card etc. .