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Kovid-19 vaccination will be 6 days in medical college and district hospital and 4 days elsewhere


  • Dinesh Shukla
  • May 4, 2021 20:55
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On Tuesday and Friday, regular vaccination sessions will be organized in government institutions according to the roster. In view of the increasing infection of Kovid-19, Kovid-19 friendly behavior will inevitably be followed at all Kovid-19 vaccination centers.

Bhopal. Madhya Pradesh Director, Immunization National Health Mission, Dr. Santosh Shukla has given instructions to all the Chief Medical and Health Officers of the state, all District Immunization Officers. He said that under the Kovid-19 vaccination campaign in the state, vaccination sessions will be held on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday in all government institutions.

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On regular vaccination days (Tuesday and Friday), Kovid-19 vaccination sessions will be held only in medical colleges and district hospitals. Kovid-19 vaccination sessions will not be held on Sundays and government holidays. Whereas on Tuesday and Friday regular vaccination sessions will be organized in government institutions according to the roster. In view of the increasing infection of Kovid-19, Kovid-19 friendly behavior will inevitably be followed at all Kovid-19 vaccination centers.





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