KATHMANDU, JULY 13
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has publicised names of centres designated for administering shots of Vero cell and Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccines.
A meeting of the concerned government bodies held on Tuesday, issuing a press release, informed that Vero cell jabs can be received from July 13-17 while Johnson and Johnson shots would be administered from July 19-21 at the designated centres.
The vaccines can be received free of cost at 18 different vaccine centres including Bir Hospital, Tribhuvan University Hospital, Civil Hospital, Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital (STIDH), HAMS Hospital, among others, as decided by the authorities.
Earlier, Nepal had received 1.5 million US-made Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccines in line with Biden administration's pledge to distribute 80 million vaccines to poor nations.
For the same, the government has designated 22 health facilities as vaccination booths in Kathmandu.
|Bir Hospital Ratna Park|
|TU Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj|
|Civil Services Hospital, Baneshwor|
|Sukraraj Tropical & Infectious Disease Hospital, Teku|
|Paropakar Maternity and Women's Hospital, Thapathali|
|Kathmandu Medical College, Sinamangal|
|Nepal Police Hospital, Lagimpat|
|Birendra Military Hospital, Chhauni|
|People's Dental and Genera Hospital, Sorhakhutte|
|Himal Hospital, Gyaneshwor|
|Om Hospital and Research Centre, Chabahil|
|Chettrapati Free Clinic|
|Janamaitri Hospital, Balaju|
|Manmohan Hospital, Swoyambhu|
|Kathmandu Model Hospital, Exhibition Road|
|Hams Hospital and Research Centre, Dhumbarahi|
|Sahid Gangalal Hospital, Bansbari|
|National Hospital, Kalanki|
|Ramghat Primary Health Centre|
|Kantipur Hospital, Tinkune|
|Radha Swami Isolation Centre, Samakhushi|
|Stupa Hospital, Baudhha|