April 18, Kathmandu- Badri Khadka, chief public health administrator at the District Health Office, Kathmandu, said that the Ministry of Health and Population has made some changes in the information made public earlier for the second dose of vaccine from April 20 to 24.
According to him, the number of second phase vaccinations has been fixed at the rate of Rs 14,000 in all the centers as per the current schedule.
As per the decision of April 15, those who have been vaccinated on January 27 to 30 and February 8 to 11 will be able to get the second dose on April 20. Those who had been given the first dose on January 31 to February 4 and February 14, will be able to get the second dose on April 21, Similarly, Those who had been given the first dose on February 5 and February 15 to 17, will be able to get the second dose on April 22. People who got the first dose on February 6 and February 18 to 21 will get second dose on April 23 and February 12 and February 19 to 22 on April 24.
According to Khadka, Kshetrapati Free Hospital has been added to Kshetrapati to reduce the pressure on Bir Hospital. Similarly, arrangements have been made to visit Janamaitri Hospital, Balaju and Om Hospital and Research Center, Chawahil as they have been vaccinated at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital.
As they have been vaccinated at Nepal Medical College, Attar Khel and Kathmandu Medical College, Sinamangal, they will be able to go to Stupa Hospital, Boudh. According to Khadka, journalists, security personnel deployed at the local level, elected people's representatives, security personnel deployed at the border, diplomats and staffs of diplomatic missions are being vaccinated. The vaccination card and identity card of his office are requested to go to the vaccination center.