Coronavirus Vaccination Expanded Document list for Uttar Pradesh: Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad said, “The people of UP will be given priority in vaccination, but the migrants coming to the state will not be left out.”
Coronavirus Vaccination Expanded Document List for Uttar Pradesh: The Health Department has upgraded the list of documents (for COVID-19 vaccine) to ensure that people do not have problems during the Coronavirus Vaccination in Uttar Pradesh .
According to the new list, now the rent / lease agreement, electricity bill, BSNL / MTNL phone bill, gas connection bill, bank passbook, other utility bills and student ID card (identity card) as well as local hostel card will also be valid. This information about the updated list was shared with the twitter handle of the National Health Mission (UP) on Monday evening. However, a formal government order related to this issue is yet to be issued. In addition to these documents in UP, Aadhaar card, driving license, voter ID card or passport will continue to operate as before.
What’s the whole issue ?: In fact, a health center in Bisarkh village, adjacent to Greater Noida in the state, recently got a notice that said that vaccinations of people aged 18 to 44 were given the vaccinated date and slot. Will be according Any identity card of UP will also be required for vaccination. After the notice, many people objected to this and raised the issue that NCR is a big stronghold of migrants. People settled / living here in search of work from other states will be ineligible to get vaccinated in this situation, after which the department has added new documents to the list of documents.
Priority to UP people in UP- Officer: Additional Chief Secretary (Health) Amit Mohan Prasad told English newspaper ‘TOI’, “In the vaccination, the people of UP will be given priority, but the migrants coming to the state will not be left out. After booking the slot, they will have to bring any such document to prove that they are living somewhere in UP. Clarification will be issued to the Chief Medical Officers. Staff posted at vaccine centers have been told not to refuse the vaccine to people in such cases. ”