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18+ citizens now allowed precautionary COVID vaccine

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DIMAPUR, APRIL 11: Nagaland Health authorities have informed that the Centre has permitted citizens aged between 18 and 59 years, who have completed 9 months since administration of 2nd dose of COVID vaccine, to receive the precaution dose.
A press release on Monday informed that eligible citizens will be vaccinated with the same vaccine as previous two doses (Covishield or Covaxin).
“Eligible citizens need to carry the 2nd dose certificate, same ID proof and mention registered mobile number used for 2nd dose while going for vaccination at private COVID Vaccination Centres (CVCs) to receive precaution dose. Citizens can book appointment for precaution dose at private CVCs or avail walk-in vaccination also.
“Precaution dose vaccination will only be available at selected private hospitals registered as CVC. Interested private hospitals can approach office of the Chief Medical Officer for registration as a CVC on CoWIN”, it stated.
Healthcare workers, frontline workers and citizens aged 60 year or more would continue to receive precaution dose vaccination free of charge at Government vaccination centres, it added. (Page News Service)

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