In a release, the BMC said it had received a list of residents of Hiranandani Heritage Co-operative Housing Society who had been cheated in the bogus vaccination camp.
The Union Health Ministry said that at present, in view of the dynamic and evolving nature of the pandemic, no fixed timeline can be indicated for the completion of the vaccination drive.
In a written reply, the minister of state for health also said that there are 296 walk-in coolers and 57,640 ice-lined refrigerators in the country.
Health Department's additional director and MP's immunisation officer Dr Santosh Shukla shared this information at a seminar organised for mediapersons.
Following relaxation of lockdown restrictions in several states and owing to rise in vaccination rates, the confidence amongst travellers has fueled leisure travel, besides essential travel.
Dr Deepak Rai, Puttur Taluk Health Officer said that Siribagilu village under Shiradi primary health centre (PHC) in Kadaba taluk achieved the target on July 19.
Earlier this week it was reported that fans will require a 'COVID passport' in order to attend league games next season, in order to return to full crowds.
Odisha's cumulative positivity rate stood at 6.26 per cent.
The second dose can also be administered as per the priorities fixed with reference to people already vaccinated with the first dose, it stated.
The Union Health Ministry said till July 16, 5.45 crore doses of Covaxin had been available against 36.01 crore doses of Covishield.
To get the pass, people must show they are either fully vaccinated, have a negative virus test or proof they recently recovered from an infection.
A state government release said the number of doses administered in the state so far stood at 3,01,46,996, adding that the total number of eligible beneficiaries was 4,93,20,903.
At the villages, Kharela and Nota in Jhansi, all residents, who are eligible for the vaccine, have been administered the first dose, authorities said on Tuesday.
Earlier, Subramaniam chaired a meeting with representatives of 117 private hospitals from Coimbatore, Tiruppur, Erode, and Salem.
The decision will be implemented with immediate effect, West Bengal Home Secretary BP Gopalika wrote to Civil Aviation secretary PS Kharola.