Bengaluru : An elderly citizen being administered the COVID-19 vaccine, during the second phase of countrywide inoculation drive, at a private hospital, in Bengaluru on Monday 1st March, 2021. . Image Source: IANS News

Amaravati, March 9 : Starting Tuesday, all government hospitals and those private hospitals linked to the Aarogyasri network are offering coronavirus vaccination in Andhra Pradesh.

"Even without registering online, one can go to the vaccination centre personally to get vaccinated," said an official.

People over 60 have been advised to carry an Aadhar card or any other identity cards to get inoculated while those between 45 to 59 years with comorbidities should produce a doctor's endorsement.

People without any identity cards can produce blood test reports, doctor's prescription or any other supporting document.

On Monday, Andhra Pradesh High Court Chief Justice Arup Kumar Goswami and his wife Nilakshi Goswami got vaccinated at the Mangalagiri All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS).

On Monday, as many as 30,373 first doses of the vaccine were administered across the 13 districts of the southern state and 11,773 second doses were also inoculated.

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