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Special vaccination drive in Navi Mumbai for the disabled between the age of 18-44

As per reports, disabled citizens, on June 10, can get vaccinated, without waiting in the queue, across three hospitals in Navi Mumbai.

Special vaccination drive in Navi Mumbai for the disabled between the age of 18-44
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The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC), over the last few weeks, planned special arrangements at vaccination facilities for citizens with disabilities who are above the age of 45 years, whereby the citizens did not have to wait in a queue.

Similar arrangements were being planned to vaccinate disabled citizens above the age of 18 and to ensure a smooth process, NMMC has organised a special vaccination program on Thursday, June 10, 2021. Disabled citizens between the age of 18-44 can visit the following centres from 9 am to 5 pm.

  • Maasaheb Minatai Thackeray Hospital (Sector 15 - Nerul)
  • Rajmata Jijau Hospital (Sector 3 - Airoli)
  • ESIS. Hospital (Sector 5 - Vashi)

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Moreover, Municipal Commissioner Abhijeet Bangar has appealed to the disabled citizens in the above-mentioned age group, living in Navi Mumbai areas, to take advantage of this drive. 

Considering the same, the Panvel Municipal Corporation (PMC) had also taken a similar decision in May 2021 whereby disabled citizens were vaccinated without a queue or waiting and an hour was dedicated for administering vaccines to them at the assigned centers. 

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Besides this, the NMMC is also taking necessary steps to ensure enough stock of vaccines is made available in the municipal areas which can help in vaccinating a large number of citizens. The global tender was also issued recently to purchase the COVID-19 vaccine and the planning across the locality is being monitored by the officials to ensure smooth operations. 

Moreover, keeping the third COVID-19 wave warnings in mind, the department has also started making preparations to manage the cases during an emergency. Healthcare facilities, medications and other aspects are being ramped up to tackle the crisis which is predicted in the next few months. Experts from the central government have informed that the third wave of coronavirus infection is likely to affect children until the age of 18 and understanding the concerns, the state government and civic bodies are consulting with paediatricians to prepare for the same.

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