Pednekar said that the maximum City had only 1.76 lakh does of
Pednekar pointed out that if there is a shortage of vaccines, people will not be able to get the second dose which is mandatory for building strong immunity against the virus.
“It is necessary that the Union government makes vaccines available for people,” Pednekar said.
Mumbai has been hit hard by the second wave of
According to information by BMC, 14,61,922 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Mumbai till April 6.
Mumbai is witnessing a sudden surge in cases and the state government has imposed a slew of restrictions to curb the cases
(With inputs from Agencies)
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