GURUGRAM: The health department on Sunday constituted 212 teams which will be carrying out door-to-door vaccination for four days starting on Monday. Around 50 sites will be set up on Monday, in the areas where maximum recipients are due for the second. The recipints list has been submitted by the ASHA workers. Each team will have three members, including ASHA workers, ANM workers equipped with adverse event following immunisation kits and anganwadi members.
“We have made plans for the next four days. We are aiming to vaccinate 85% of the eligible population by November 30. ,” said Dr Virender Yadav, chief medical officer, Gurgaon. The district has also given 77% of second doses to its targeted population.
The door-to-door vaccination drives which started on November 2 will be carried out till November 30. On October 27, Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya had announced the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ campaign for door-to-door vaccination in poor-performing districts to enthuse and motivate people towards full vaccination against the deadly infection.
Meanwhile 50 government vaccination sites will be set up on Monday. Of these, Covishield will be given at 43 sites, Covaxin at six sites and Sputnik V at one site.
On Sunday, 4,820 people in the 18-44 age group got inoculated. In the 45-plus category, 915 people took the shots. As many as three healthcare workers also received the jabs.
Eight new cases in city
The city witnessed eight fresh cases of Covid-19 on Sunday taking the caseload to 1,81,460, of which 51 are active cases. As many as 12 people also recovered, increasing the total number of recoveries to 1,80,486. A total of 47 patients are in home isolation.





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