Mangaluru: MCC Bank organises mass vaccination drive for bankers

Report: Gordon D’Almeida
Pics: Rohan D’Silva
Mangaluru, Jun 13: Financial institutions like banks are one of the most essential sectors operating during this pandemic. During these trying times, they facilitated monetary transactions by their dedicated services to the people. Considered as one of the essential sectors, a vaccination drive was held for all the bankers on Saturday, June 12 at the MCC Bank admin building.
The drive began with a small formal programme. Guest for the inauguration was the mayor of the Mangalore City Corporation, Premanand Shetty and deputy district health officer, Dr Rajesh. The drive was inaugurated by the lighting of the lamp.

The mayor addressing the gathering lauded the organisers for conducting such a needful drive. He stated that the banks are one of the important sectors and the employees are warriors rendering their services to the people. The mayor also extended best wishes to everyone present.
Dr Rajesh speaking during the occasion said, "Covid-19 vaccination is one of the largest vaccination drive in the world. Getting vaccinated will keep us safe against the infection and will help us in this fight against the pandemic." He mentioned the benefits of the vaccine and urged the people to remain positive. "Smallpox was eradicated in the same way, let us also fight to eradicate Covid-19," he added.
The first shot of the drive was administered to DGM of MCC Bank Ltd, Raj Menezes. The medical team consisted of medical officers, Dr Soujanya and Dr Raihan, staff, nurses, Sunitha and Shashikala, pharmacists, Shobha Asha and Safnaz.
Anil Lobo, chairman of MCC Bank Ltd, Harish Acharya, chairman, Vishwakarma Co-op Bank, Praveen Kumar, lead bank manager, Chitharanjan, president of Athmashakthi Multipurpose Cooperative Ltd were present during the occasion.
The credit manager of MCC Bank, Deril Lasrado compered the program. Nearly 400 employees of various banks and co-operative societies were administered with the Covishield vaccine.
Gratitude was extended to the deputy registrar of Dakshina Kannada District Co-Operative Societies, Praveen B Nayak and lead bank manager, Praveen Kumar for taking up the initiative to organise this drive. The district administration, district health department and Yekkur primary health centre were thanked for their support.







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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sun, Jun 13 2021

    it is a good and thoughtful move... however surprising to see the person receiving the jab remove the mask and also one person in the same room without mask... moreover the room where jab is administered should have open windows with fan on...

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Sun, Jun 13 2021

    An illadvised proactive move by the bankers as the vaccine administered is by Astra Zeneka which is now banned in some countries for their Adverse Vaccine Injuries. Taking a vaccine that has never proven to protect against mutating viruses like corona till today but only claimed by vaccine industry is just like participation as human guinea pigs. Anyway I wish you a safe future, will be visiting you tomorrow to wish you healthy future.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Nallasopara

    Sun, Jun 13 2021

    Awesome ...

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