Mangaluru: Covid vaccines available at all government hospitals, health centres


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Jun 9: Covishield vaccine being administered to boost the body's immunity against coronavirus infection, is available in all the taluk hospitals, community health centres, and primary health centres on Wednesday June 9. Eligible beneficiaries can get themselves vaccinated.

At the Bantwal taluk government hospital, vaccine would be administered to only those who have registered themselves online and scheduled appointment for themselves. People willing to get vaccinated in the urban health centres in the city, Ullal urban community health centre, as well as Bantwal and Puttur urban health centres have to register themselves online and schedule an appointment in order to get themselves vaccinated.

Those who have already got Covishield vaccination and have completed 84 days after the first dose, can get the second dose at the nearby primary health centre, community health centres, or urban health centres subject to the availability of the vaccine on priority.

Covaxin second dose is available in the district Wenlock Hospital, and all the taluk government hospitals. People who are eligible to get second dose of the vaccine can get themselves vaccinated at the district hospital or taluk government hospitals, a release from the district health and family welfare officer stated.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • John, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Second wave due to these western covishield vaccines ? which has live adeno virus unlike Indian covaxin inactivated virus ? Covishield's different story in europe... "Two countries, Norway and Denmark, have now completely halted injections of COVID shots by AstraZeneca, with the Norwegian Institute of Public Health stating that the AstraZeneca experimental shots are associated with a higher risk of injury and death than the COVID-19 virus...." Ref: https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/1047-dead-725079-reported-injuries-following-covid19-experimental-vaccines-reported-in-the-u-k/

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  • Marian dsa, Sydney

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Getting covid vaccine in australia is very easy, just walk in, but these people dont want to take it. Wish it was like this in India

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    @Muthhu - double mutation Vicky to Heeralal to Muthhu.

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  • Cynthia, Dkatte

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    😁😁😁......true

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Nallasopara

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Modi promised us free Vaccines ...

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  • Kujuma, Kasargod

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    I am still waiting for my 15 lakhs

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    CoWIN registration is easy but booking a slot is a time consuming nightmare you have to continuously refresh the page every 2 min for hours on end have been trying for weeks since currently jobless there is a chrome extension recently developed which will refresh automatically but still no success

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  • Joel, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    The slots are always 0 in Mangalore. Today there were 52 in puttur and 1 in Bantwal

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  • John, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    I paid 3000 inr and got a vaccine today in a private hospital in Mangalore.just walk in

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  • Chiguru, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Not getting any vaccine anywhere. False info spread. Slots are zero everywhere

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  • Alphonse Rodrigues, Udupi

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Covieshield is available in all primary health centers & community health centres, or urban health centres subject to the availability of the vaccine on priority subject to the availability of the vaccine on priority. Available everywhere free free free.. but Subject to availability is a double talk.

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  • Muthhu, Kulshekar

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Not to worry much.

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Please make sure these government quota injections do not land at private centers and some may become rich overnight 😁.. That is one possibility in the near future 😇

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  • Muthhu, Kulshekar

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    all are vaccinated by this year.

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  • Muthhu, Kulshekar

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Please dont make rush in centres.

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  • Cynthia, Dkatte

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Ok ok ...Muthanna.....

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  • Muthhu, Kulshekar

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Nice information.

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