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Shimla 09 June 2021
A Spokesperson of the Health Department here today said that as per the revised guidelines for implementation of National COVID Vaccination Programme issued on 08th June 2021, the price of Vaccine doses for private hospitals would be declared by each vaccine manufacturer. He said that any subsequent changes in the price would be notified in advance. The Private hospitals may charge a maximum of Rs. 150/- per dose as service charges.
Spokesperson said that the manufactures have decided the prices for all the Covid vaccines for private hospitals. He said that the private Covid Vaccine Centres could charge a maximum of Rs. 780 for Covishield, Rs. 1410 for Covaxin and Rs. 1145 for Sputnik V.
He said that CoWIN is putting the required validations in place to ensure that the prices declared by the various private vaccination centers do not exceed the maximum price. The State shall regularly monitor the prices being charged by the private CVCs from the citizens. The Government shall initiate action against the private CVC wherever instances of overcharging come to the notice.