Saturday will see the most significant expansion of the vaccination programme with those aged between 18 and 45 made eligible for the jab. Yet on Wednesday, when the Co-Win database opened for registration, those who managed to register discovered that appointment slots were not being allocated. This means the uncertainty about how the third phase of the vaccination programme, involving the largest cohort of the population, will be conducted has only been intensified. Questions regarding supply, price and allocations abound for state governments, hospitals and citizens alike, and urgently need to be sorted out to flatten this second Covid-19 wave, the top edit says. Read it here
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First Published: Thu, April 29 2021. 06:30 IST