As India is seeing a rise in Covid cases once again, the good news is, the vaccination drive will finally open up for more people from Monday. Anyone above the age of 60 or above 45 and with existing illnesses that make them more vulnerable to COVID-19 will be allowed to sign up to receive coronavirus vaccines at government as well as private hospitals. Doses at the government centres will be free. Private hospitals will be allowed to charge for them. NDTV has learnt it is expected to cost Rs. 300 per dose. Watch this show for all you need to know about the next phase of the vaccine drive starting on March 1.