CM Yogi, Covid-19 vaccine, RML hospital

CM Yogi reviews Covid-19 vaccine dry run in Lucknow’s RML hospital

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday inspected the dry run for Covid-19 vaccination held at the Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Science (RMLIMS) in Lucknow.
A state-wide wide dry run for Covid vaccination was held in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday. In every district, 6 vaccination centres have been made, including 3 in their rural areas and 3 in urban areas.
The Chief Minister interacted with officials and the doctors at the RML institute who are part of the dry run program. Taking to Twitter, Yogi said that as prevention against COVID-19, Uttar Pradesh has started the COVID-19 vaccine dry run.
Yogi also asked the people to be patient as it is the last phase of the war against corona.
Chief Minister also chaired a meeting of senior state government officials to take stock of the preparation for rolling out the Covid-19 vaccination in the state.
Other hospitals were dry run for vaccination was held included King George’s Medical University in Lucknow.
“As many as 24 people, including 2 children have been registered for the dry-run,” informed Neetu Pathak, a doctor at KGMU.
“We imitate the procedure of giving the vaccine shot and sent the person to the observation room for at least 30 minutes. We keep a watch on them so that we can know if there are any side-effects,” she added.
Amit Mohan Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary (Health) earlier informed that the dry run for COVID-19 vaccine rollout is being held in all 75 districts of the state.
“A control room has been set up in every district to monitor the situation. District Magistrates are the in-charge of these control rooms,” added Prasad.