Mangaluru: 18 years above, travelling abroad must be vaccinated on priority - DC

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Jun 10: The district administration has directed the concerned authorities to ensure that the first dose of vaccine is available to all the people above 18 years destined to travel abroad.

Deputy commissioner, Dr Rajendra K V has directed to get all of them vaccinated from Monday, June 14 at any of the district primary health centres, city health centres or other vaccination centres.

People travelling abroad can produce their passport, visa or passenger ticket as proof of travel and get themselves vaccinated on priority.    





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  • Julius Serrao, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jun 12 2021

    What if the passenger is travelling on a fresh Residence Visa. He will have to mandatorilu take both the doses again ad per their specified vaccine. Won't there be a mismatch. How and where will he take the second dose. I hope the DC has considered requirements of other countries.

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  • Paul, Mangalore

    Fri, Jun 11 2021

    Indian Government should add Passport no. on vaccination certificate. Without Passport no. on certificate, the vaccination certificate is not valid in Gulf and other foreign countries.

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  • manoj, mangalore

    Fri, Jun 11 2021

    Is government providing vaccines below 18 years? or AThMA NIRBHAR!?

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  • Omar, Mysore

    Fri, Jun 11 2021

    Abroad to Kailasa 😂 ? Because you fools many students, families are stuck in India and half of the world has banned travel for Indians … Indians ka izzat neelaam kiya FEKU ne… doctor Ho ke hospital nahin bana par bana CD…

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  • kumar, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 10 2021

    When will it open for the citizens of Mangalore above 18 years in PHCs?

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