Corona vaccine

Corona vaccine may be made mandatory for entry into Delhi Metro and Mall

Corona vaccine

In the country’s capital Delhi, it may be made mandatory to take both doses of the anti-coronavirus vaccine for entry into public places like malls and the metro. In view of the new variant of Corona, preparations for such strictness can also be carried out soon.¬†The Omicron variant of the coronavirus found in South Africa has also knocked in India. Two people have been found infected with this virus in Karnataka, which has increased the concerns of people across the country.¬†Meanwhile, the government has advised people to be alert instead of panicking.¬†Meanwhile, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi has also started opening a front to fight the Omicron variant.

In this episode, the Delhi government can send a proposal to the Delhi Disaster Management Authority to make it mandatory to take the first dose of the anti-corona vaccine from December 15 for entry into public places. Given this information on Thursday, a senior Delhi government official said that things like cash prizes, discounted prices, and lottery can also be given to vaccinated people to encourage vaccination.

It may be mandatory to take the dose of vaccine in goods and metro

He said the state government may also propose that by March 31 next year, a rule that it would be mandatory to take both doses of the vaccine for entry into public places like malls and the metro. The officials, citing European countries, said that vaccine transport systems have been adopted in those countries that do not allow people to enter public places who have not been vaccinated. The official also said that countries like the US, the Philippines, Moscow, and Mexico have adopted a policy of rewarding vaccines.

Common symptoms found in Omicron infected

  • Exhaustion
  • Body pain¬†
  • Severe headache¬†

preventive measures

According to experts, applying mask is more effective than vaccine. At the same time, if people try, then avoid going to public places completely. If you have to go, then follow the corona protocol completely. For example, wear a mask and follow the rules of physical distance completely.

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