Covid-19 booster dose: The central government has allowed booster doses for people over the age of 18. These warnings or booster doses for people over the age of 18 are only available at private immunization centers. It will start on Sunday, April 10. Earlier on Saturday, the Union Health Secretary held a meeting of all Health Secretaries of the States and Union Territories regarding dosage for 18-59 year olds.
6 already registered with CoWIN
The Union Health Secretary said the precautionary dose would be the same as the vaccine used for the first and second doses. At the same time, no new registration is required for caution doses, as all beneficiaries, ie those who took the first and second doses, are already registered with CoWIN. The government has said that private immunization centers can charge a maximum of Rs 150 as service fee for vaccination, which is more than the cost of vaccines. This warning dose will only be available to people over the age of 18 who have completed 9 months after taking the second dose.
Booster doses provide better protection
Booster doses provide better protection against Covid-19. The first and second doses are also effective in preventing corona, but may become less effective over time, especially in the elderly. At the same time new forms of corona virus are appearing from time to time. In such cases, an increased dose may help prevent it. More than 2.4 crore booster doses have been given to healthcare, frontline workers and people over 60 years of age.
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