Sisodia said that COVID vaccination for adults below the age of 44 years will be available in Delhi only from June 10.
The Delhi government on Tuesday imposed a night curfew in the national capital from 10 pm to 5 am till April 30 in view of rising COVID-19 cases.
All the facilities will ensure the deployment of adequate manpower at these sites to ensure their smooth functioning, authorities said.
Over 5,100 senior citizens in Delhi had received their first shots of the vaccine on Monday when the second phase of the vaccination drive had begun in the national capital.
A resident of New Rajinder Nagar, Kamini Soni (69), who took her first vaccine shot after her husband, said they had no apprehensions about taking the jab.
Out of the total tally, more than 1.46 lakh are healthcare workers and over 2.2 lakh are frontline workers, as per the data.
The 125 new cases came out of the 55,390 tests conducted the previous day, according to a bulletin issued by the Delhi health department.
Earlier in the day, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited the vaccination centre at the state-run LNJP Hospital, accompanied by Jain and Chief Secretary Vijay Dev.