Maharashtra deputy CM virtually inaugurates drive-in vaccination centre in Hadapsar area of Pune

Maharashtra, a drive-in vaccination centre in Hadapsar area of Pune was virtually inaugurated by deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar. The drive-in vaccination centre will cater to elderly and divyangs. Pune leads in the vaccination drive in the state. Kolhapur guardian minister, Satej Patil has asked the concerned authorities to prepare the list of students below 18 years having co-morbidities in eight days.

Mr. Patil also said that one hour counselling sessions of students should be done by teachers online to allay fear among them. He said to fight the possible third wave of COVID-19 teachers, parents and health machinery should come together, adding that a protocol will be prepared in the next four days listing out the measures to take care of kids and students. The Maharashtra Government has facilitated walk-in vaccination of students studying abroad. Accordingly, arrangements have been made at three vaccination centres of the Mumbai civic body. Meanwhile, borders of districts and corporations having more than 20 percent positivity L will be totally closed and no person will be allowed to enter or exit from such districts.

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