The vaccine will be available for people aged 45 years and above and no outsiders, including family members, will be allowed.
A total of 29,666 healthcare workers have been vaccinated in Manipur till Tuesday.
A total of 1,630 people were vaccinated in Manipur on Sunday.
No COVID-19 death case was reported in Manipur on Tuesday.
Naorem Sanayaima (48) from Kakching district, Ayush Pharmacist posted at the District Hospital Kangpokpi became the first person to be vaccinated in the district.
Tengnoupal CMO Dr Gojen said that 100 healthcare workers each from SDH, Moreh and PHC, Moreh will be vaccinated in the first phase of vaccination.
Around 80,000 to 1,00, 000 frontline workers will be vaccinated during the second phase which is likely to be started from February first week.
The National Regulatory Authority in the country has found both the vaccines safe and immunogenic, Manipur Health and Family Welfare said.
Uttar Pradesh accounts for maximum share of vaccinated beneficiaries.
The COVID-19 vaccination programme has been conducted only in 11 health centres of the state (including one private hospital) so far.
Manipur had received its first consignment of 54,000 doses of Covishield vaccine on January 14.
A total of 54 health workers were vaccinated in Chandel on Saturday.
CMO Dr Chambo Gonmei was the first beneficiary of the vaccine in Tamenglong district.
The union health minister has urged the public not to be misguided by anti-vaccine rumours.
The nodal officer of health services said the dry run is being carried out to monitor the vaccine delivery, testing receipt and allocation, deployment of team members, mock drill of session sites with test beneficiaries and finally, the necessary data entry in Co-WIN app.
Oxford-AstraZeneca is the second coronavirus vaccine to be authorised for use in the UK after the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
Viz, 67, was administered a trial dose of COVID-19 vaccine of Bharat Biotech's Covaxin on November 20. The health minister was the first in the state who volunteered in the third trial of Covaxin.
Modi stressed that India considers vaccines as not only vital to good health but also as a global good, and it is India’s duty to assist other countries, including the nations in our neighbourhood, in the collective fight against the virus.
Pfizer claims that it has so far recruited about 23,000 of the projected 20,000 participants.