Vaccination centers have been opened by Delhi University to provide COVID-19 jab to teaching and non-teaching staff working at the university. The Delhi University has announced in an official notice that it has announced the establishment of two vaccination centers on campus. At the World University Services, the University started vaccination facilities from April 19 onwards.
In the wake of the rising cases of Coronavirus in the national capital, the move comes. The WUS was inaugurated by the Vice-Chancellor, P C Joshi, along with the registrar, Vikas Gupta, on April 15. Vaccination facilities will also be provided to University members above the age of 45.
At WUS Health Center (North Campus) and Shivaji College (WUS Health Center, West), vaccination centers have been set up. Covaxin will be administered to eligible university employees and staff of its affiliated colleges at Shivaji College while the Covishield vaccine is available at WUS Health Center.
Between 9 am to 5 pm, both vaccination centers are operational. A two-day vaccination camp has been launched by the Director of South Campus at WUS Health Center, University of Delhi South Campus.
On March 10, the VC got himself vaccinated. From April 1, the Central government has also rolled out the third phase of the vaccination drive for those above the age of 45.
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