Bengaluru: Door-to-door vaccination drive in Malleswaram

From Our Special Correspondent
Daijiworld Media Network

Bengaluru, Jun 27: ACT Fibernet donates 5000 vaccines for the door-to-door vaccination campaign launched by Deputy Chief Minister and Covid Task Force Chief Dr C N Ashwath Narayan in the Malleswaram assembly constituency on Saturday.

Expressing satisfaction over progress of vaccination in the Malleswaram constituency, he said those who have not been vaccinated are being identified by visiting to door steps.

Speaking to the media after launching the vaccination camp organized at Sri Venkateshawara School in Matthikere, he said so for 81 camps have been held in the constituency by the Dr C N Ashwath Narayan Foundation in collaboration with private institutions.

Informing that 40,000 people are inoculated so far at free of cost in the vaccination drive conducted by the foundation, Dr Narayan, who also MLA of the constituency, asked the people to follow the Covid norms even after getting vaccinated.

He expressed his gratitude to the ACT Fibernet Company for donating more than 5000 vaccines for the camp conducted in Matthikere.

As of now, private companies have donated 12 lakh vaccines as against the government’s aims to get 30 lakh vaccines from them in the form of donations.

Overall, 2 crore people have been jabbed in the State. Out of this, 1.7 crore people have received first dose and 30 lakh have completed both the doses.

Out of the total population, 37% have been vaccinated in the state, he said.

Bala Malladi, CEO, ACT Fibernet and Sunil Yajamane, Head of ACT corporate affairs were present.






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