Covid Vaccine Jab Capped At ₹ 250 At Private Hospitals: Government -Divyanshu Dutta Roy

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published Published on Feb 28, 2021   modified Modified on Feb 28, 2021

India is preparing to widen coverage beyond the 1.15 crore health and front-line workers immunised since January 16 starting Monday.

New Delhi: Coronavirus vaccines will be capped at 250 per shot at private hospitals and health centres, the Health Ministry said on Saturday. Vaccines will be free in all government hospitals and centres.

The government on Friday had said it will let people choose their coronavirus vaccination centres when the campaign expands Monday to cover those over 60 and those over 45 with illnesses.

They can register through the government's CoWIN 2.0 portal, the Aarogya Setu app, or walk into vaccination centres; states will also actively mobilise people.

There are more than 10,000 private htospitals in the country that are cleared to give out vaccines apart from all government hospitals and health centres.

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