After Indore, Rewa Dist has a maximum of children in the age group 15-18 | Bhopal News
According to official estimates, there are 48 lakh beneficiaries between the ages of 15 and 18 and are due to be vaccinated in the state from January 3. Among these beneficiaries, maximum 35 lakh are schoolchildren while remaining students of polytechnic, ITI, etc.
The process of registering beneficiaries belonging to this age group has already started on the Union Government’s Co-WIN portal. On-site check-in is also available from January 3. Indore is home to 1.94 lakh of children aged 15-18 and it is the highest in the state, followed by Rewa where there are around 1.67 lakh of adolescents in this age group. , then with 1.58 lakh beneficiaries in this age group, Sagar is third in the state, followed by Jabalpur where there are 1.54 lakh beneficiaries, then it is Bhopal where it is estimated that there are has 1.53 lakh beneficiaries in this age group.
With only about 36,000 estimated beneficiaries, Agar district has the lowest number of immunization beneficiaries, followed by Harda district where it is estimated that there are around 39,000 adolescents aged 15-18 years. Then, it is the district of Umaria where it is estimated that there are approximately 41,000 beneficiaries of this age group. Among other valid ID cards, the school ID card has also been included as a valid ID for this age group of beneficiaries, but officials have been advised that school ID cards should be used. preferably when other such identity cards are not available. Of those estimated 48 lakh beneficiaries, officials aim to vaccinate 25% or 12 lakh beneficiaries in the age group on day one, sources said.