Source A health worker inoculates a woman with a dose of the Covishield vaccine at a vaccination center in New Delhi, India, on May 3. Money Sharma/AFP/Getty Images India’s capital Delhi has begun vaccinating its 18-44 year olds, albeit at a slow pace due to limited vaccine availability, according to the Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. […] We have established 301 centers in 76 schools. Our target is to establish 3000 such centers in 300 schools, subjected to the availability of vaccine.” Delhi has 450,000 vaccines and 45,150 people have been given vaccination appointments, he added in a statement to Asian News International, an Indian news agency. […] The change came into effect on Saturday, however, a number of states, including Delhi, said they have no shots to give.
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