Delhi Govt Allocates Rs 50 crore for Free Vaccine at its Hospitals under Aam Aadmi Nishulk Covid Vaccine Yojana

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The Delhi government has announced that Covid-19 vaccine will be administered to people free-of-cost at its hospitals in future phases of the inoculation drive too and a provision of Rs 50 crore has been made in its annual budget for this scheme.


Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also holds the finance portfolio, while presenting an Rs 69,000-crore budget, said Rs 9,934 crore has been allocated to the healthcare sector.

“For people to get freedom from Covid-19, a person can go to a private hospital and pay Rs 250 and get a vaccine shot. But, there are many who everyday have to think, whether they should spend money to get ration for the family or arrange vaccine. And, in the 75th year of Independence, this question should not arise in the minds of citizens. So, we have decided that vaccines at our hospitals will continue to be given for free to people,” he said.

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The minister said an outlay of Rs 50 crore has been made under the ‘Aam Aadmi Nishulk Covid Vaccine Yojana’.

“Also, learning from our Covid-19 management, Rs 1,293 crore has been set aside for expansion of healthcare services, including opening new hospitals, renovating old ones and augmenting beds,” he said.

Sisodia in his speech also said the AAP government is carrying out the vaccination for free at its hospitals, and the current capacity is to give shots to about 45,000 people a day and soon it will be augmented to 60,000 people a day.

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