Coronavirus vaccination centres run by Mumbai’s civic body will be shut tomorrow, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) announced today adding that the details for Monday will be shared by them on Twitter on Sunday.
“Dear Mumbaikars. There will be no vaccination at any of the centres tomorrow. Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday. The details for Monday will be shared tomorrow by this handle & the respective wards too,” the civic body tweeted.
Dear Mumbaikars. There will be no vaccination at any of the centres tomorrow. Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday. The details for Monday will be shared tomorrow by this handle & the respective wards too. #MyBMCVaccinationUpdate
— माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC (@mybmc) May 22, 2021
In neighbouring Pune too, vaccination centres were shut today due to shortage of doses, the city’s Mayor Murlidhar Mohol said.
“Vaccination will not be done on May 22 at all vaccination centers in Pune Municipal corporation area due to shortage of vaccine stock,” he tweeted in Marathi this morning.
Delhi will also halt vaccinations from Monday temporarily for the 18-44 age group as it has almost run out of vaccines for this category, Aam Aadmi Party MLA Atishi said on Friday.
A top official of BMC however clarified that vaccination is being stopped in Mumbai not due to vaccine shortage. “It is on account of being Sunday,” the civic body’s additional commissioner Suresh Kakani said.