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COVID-19 vaccination slots in Bhubaneswar for 18-44 age group opened for online booking

Bhubaneswar:5/5/21: COVID-19 vaccination slots in Bhubaneswar for 18-44 age group will be opened today for online booking, informed Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC).

The slots will be opened from 1 PM onwards for 26 COVID Vaccination Centres in the city.

Slots will be available from 10.5.2021 to 19.5.2021 except 16.5.2021 (Sunday). Every day, 6400 slots will be available for booking, the BMC said.

Booking Link: selfregistration.cowin.gov.in.

Vaccination slots for 45+ age group category will be available for booking today from 1 PM onwards for 26 COVID Vaccination Centres. Slots will be available for 10.5.2021 to 19.5.2021 except 16.5.2021 (Sunday). Every day, 4200 slots will be available for booking.

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