She asked the Union government during the daily vaccination bulletin to provide the group with vaccines as several people will soon be due for their second dose.
“This is becoming a serious problem as many people in the 18-44 age group are approaching their date for the second dose. We are also hearing reports that people are traveling 100-200 km to Meerut, Bulandshahr to be vaccinated. because there are no vaccines in Delhi, ”Atishi said.
She added that when young people are vaccinated in large numbers, the 45 and over age group will also be encouraged to come out.
“Seeing young people get vaccinated will also reduce their reluctance to vaccinate,” she said.
As of Saturday, a total of 57,990 doses were administered, including 42,742 first doses and 15,248 second doses.
So far, 56,51,226 doses have been administered in the city, including 12,84,000 people who have been fully immunized.
For the 45+ age group, the city has a stock of 5,84,370 vaccines.
After receiving a new stock on Friday evening, the nation’s capital has 21,850 doses of Covaxin for the 45+ age group while 5,620,520 doses of Covishield are available.