Covid-19 Vaccine Shortage: Karnataka & Maharashtra Stop Vaccinating 18 To 44 Year Olds, Delhi To Only Give Covishield

INDIA Team Latestly|

Karnataka Government will temporarily suspend the Covid-19 vaccination for the age group of 18 to 44 years from May 14. According to the state government, the order will be applicable to all government Covid-19 vaccination centres in the state. People in Delhi under the age of 45 won't get shots of Covaxin from May 13 with limited stocks left for the next four days, the government has said, urging the central government to ensure uninterrupted supplies. Stocks of the other coronavirus vaccine, Covishield, will last nine days, they said. The Maharashtra government on May 12 decided to temporarily suspend the vaccination drive for the 18-44 years category. It has decided to divert the vaccines that it purchased for that age group to provide second doses for those above 45, due to a shortage of available doses required to curb the spread of Covid-19. Watch the video to know more.

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