‘Early Decision could have saved lives ‘: Bombay High Court tells centre on door – to door Vaccination

Hearing a PIL seeking door  to door vaccination for the elderly and immobile, the Bombay high Court on wednesday observe that the center was making decision for the public benefit.

However, those decision seemed delayed in the current scenario where a ” Surgical strike ” On the virus is required.

The bench was reffering to the centre’s near to home covid vaccination centres policy

Devised recently, following several court oreders. As per the centre ‘ s affidavit, it’s National expert group of vaccine administration for Covid-19 ‘s ( NEGVAC) found near to- door vaccination more appropriate than door – to – door inoculation, for now 

” Corona is now the biggest enemy of society. It may come inside certain person who can’t come out. Your approach should be like a surgical strike. But you are only assembling your face near the Border. You are not entering into any territory to strike on the virus.

The bench is hearing a PIL advocates Dhruti Kapadia and Kunal Tiwari seeking directions to the central and state governments to initiate a door to door vaccination drive for citizens above, 75 person with physical disabilities. And the immobile.

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