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A maximum of Rs. 150 should be charged for the reserve dose: Ministry of Health

New Delhi: The Ministry of Health has said that private centers should charge a service charge of Rs 150 for the reserve dose given to those above 18 years of age.  It is recommended that the vaccine be given in the first two doses and that no special registration be required to obtain the vaccine.
 The reserve dose will be given to those between the ages of 18 and 59 from Sunday.  People can get the reserve dose vaccine through all the private vaccination centers in the country.  The reserve vaccine is not as free as the first two doses of the vaccine.
 Vaccination is provided through private vaccination centers.  The reserve dose vaccine is approved only nine months after the second dose.

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