Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday (January 13) said that the AAP government will provide coronavirus vaccine free to people in the national capital, if the central government fails to do so. Kejriwal told reporters that he has already appealed to the Centre for ensuring free vaccination in the country since there are many people who may not afford the life-saving shot. "We will see what the Centre does. If need be and the Centre does not provide the vaccine free of cost, we will make it available free of cost for the people of Delhi, " he said. The vaccination drive will begin in Delhi from Saturday at 89 centres. The first batch of Covishield vaccine containing 2.64 lakh doses reached Delhi's central storage facility at Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital on Tuesday amid high security.