24 Vaccine Van Will Be Running In Lucknow. – UP: Now vaccine van will vaccinate near home, health department will run 24 vaccine vans in cities and villages

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: ishwar ashish
Updated Tue, 14 Sep 2021 06:43 PM IST

Summary

Vaccine vans will be run to speed up the vaccination. Under this, registration will be done on the spot. Aadhar card will be required for this.

The Health Department will now run 24 vaccine vans to expedite vaccination to protect against corona. These vans will run in urban and rural areas with the help of CARE Sanstha. Wherever the van will reach, vaccination will be done after registering on the spot. For this you have to bring Aadhar card.

In order to fulfill the target of vaccination in the capital soon, camps are being set up in government hospitals as well as in government and private institutions. Vaccination is also being done in stadiums, gurudwaras and temples. However, the percentage of vaccination in rural areas is still not high.

Additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. MK Singh informed that vaccine vans would be run in villages to increase the percentage of vaccination. In this, people will get the facility to get vaccinated near their home.

The Superintendent of the Community Health Center will prepare the route chart of the van, so that maximum number of people can be vaccinated. The van will arrive at a different location daily.

Expansion

The Health Department will now run 24 vaccine vans to speed up vaccination to prevent corona. These vans will run in urban and rural areas with the help of CARE Sanstha. Wherever the van will reach, vaccination will be done after registering on the spot. For this you have to bring Aadhar card.

In order to fulfill the target of vaccination in the capital soon, camps are being set up in government hospitals as well as in government and private institutions. Vaccination is also being done in stadiums, gurudwaras and temples. However, the percentage of vaccination in rural areas is still not high.

Additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. MK Singh informed that vaccine vans would be run in villages to increase the percentage of vaccination. In this, people will get the facility to get vaccinated near their home.

The Superintendent of the Community Health Center will prepare the route chart of the van, so that maximum number of people can be vaccinated. The van will arrive at a different location daily.

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