The government had often flagged the lack of enough vaccine supply to the city and the limited availability of doses.
This means that lactating women will be able to get themselves vaccinated at the sites where they go for routine immunisation of their children.
As per the government, since these centres already serve as Cold Chain Points for vaccination, pregnant and lactating women can be vaccinated there.
Over 2.05 lakh people in Delhi gets Covid vaccine doses on Saturday; special camps start for Centra Vista workers
AAP MLA Atishi said the Delhi government has written to the Centre requesting them to provide 45 lakh doses of vaccine for July.
According to an official of Madhukar Rainbow Children's Hospital, there is a delay on the part of the suppliers.
The centre, at Navyug School at Mandir Marg, was inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday.
Sisodia said that COVID vaccination for adults below the age of 44 years will be available in Delhi only from June 10.