How should the State Governments cap per dose service charge that private hospitals/entities are charging to administer COVID vaccine dose?
Vaccination priced for the privileged at Aakash & Vegas Mall, Dwarka
drive-through: Rs1600 (1400+200 CoWIN registration)
Arrangements for post-vaccine monitoring?
*mall facility: Rs1000
Amazing. Everyone please share this survey link with all ur contact if they want price of vaccine capped.
Else keep paying through the nose more
Of course, instead of buying the Vaccine for Rs. 1000 or more, it is better to buy a large Pizza,.....isn't it? Difficult to understand such foolish remarks. more
Govt had confirmed to provide free of cost vaccine for all But as time is passing vaccine is being given on chargeable basis. Even if Pvt hospital want to earn than prices must be subsidised. Authorities do not stick to the words they commit ,think that public has short memory, where as these days data is stored in hard drive so no question of short memory. more
Everyone is fleecing the public on vaccines. more
I think the questinaire has given good choices for private hospitals at the hospitals and at the societies. The service charges of Rs. 100 at Hospitals and Rs. 200 at societies, camps should be enough I think as service charges. In Chennai Private hospitals in T.N , the charges were Rs. 250 /dose including the vaccine charge. In this case the Government had paid the Vaccine company Rs. 150 /dose Rs. 100 was service charges. That was fair enough. As the private hospitals are doing it in a large scale, with the this they can pay the staffand and take care of the other overheads. more
every body is taking benefit out of it. i booked 3 appointments at aakash hostpical for 31st may and cowin showed 250 rs. when we called hospital they told there is no such rate and this is cowin mistake and govt problem we are not charging less than 1000 rs more