When will Covid vaccination start in Delhi for 18-44 age group? Kejriwal answers

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal spoke on the oxygen shortage in the capital. Kejriwal said that Delhi is still not receiving the allotted and required oxygen. The chief minister visited a vaccination centre at Saraswati Vihar for a "symbolic launch" of the nationwide drive to inoculate people aged 18 years and above against the viral disease. "Vaccination for the citizens in the age group of 18-44 years will begin in Delhi from May 3. We have already received 4.5 lakh vaccines and are distributing those to all the districts," he said. Kejriwal urged people not to queue up outside the vaccination centres, saying walk-ins are not allowed yet. Watch the full video for more details.