Pune: 13 Vaccination Centres Operational In Rural Areas For 18-44 Years Age Group

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Sumit Singh

Pune, 1st May 2021: The COVID19 vaccination for the 18-44 years age group people has started at 13 centres in the rural areas of the Pune district today.

Zilla Parishad CEO Ayush Prasad has appealed to people to first register themselves on Cowin.gov.in before going to the vaccination centres. “Only registered people will be allowed entry and given vaccine dose”, he clarified.

According to officials, each of the following vaccination centres will give the vaccine to 100 people daily for the next seven days.

Taluka              – Vaccination Centre

Ambegaon        – Sub-District Hospital, Manchar

Baramati           – Women’s Hospital, Baramati

Bhor                  – Sub-District Hospital, Bhor

Daund               – Sub-District Hospital, Daund

Haveli                 – Primary Health Centre (PHC), Lonikalbhor

Indapur              – Primary Health Centre (PHC), Palasdev

Junnar                – Primary Health Centre (PHC), Otur

Khed                   – Primary Health Centre (PHC), Rajgurunagar

Maval                 – Primary Health Centre (PHC), Talegaon Dabhade

Mulshi                 – Primary Health Centre (PHC), Maan

Purandar            – Rural Hospital, Jejuri

Shirur                 – Rural Hospital, Shikrapur

Velha                  – Rural Hospital, Velha

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