Gwalior Vaccination News: Gwalior. New Zealand Representative. Jiwaji Vishwavidyalaya and Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) have started a “drive through vaccination” camp in the university campus. Where any person comes sitting in his car, which will be vaccinated in his car. On the first day of the camp, a large number of residents of the city came for vaccination. The camp started at 11 am on Thursday. During this, Additional Superintendent of Police Hitika Vasal, SDM Pradeep Tomar, District Health Officer Ashok Khare, Vice Chancellor of Jiwaji University Prof. Sangeeta Shukla, State President of CAT Bhupendra Jain, Vice President of Chamber Paras Jain etc. were present.
CAT officials say that on the lines of Metro City, this initiative is being taken in association with Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Manish Sharma, Ashok Khare in Gwalior. In which people above 45 years of age will be vaccinated. For above 18 years, the vaccination will be done after booking the slot. Vaccination without slot will also be done for above 18 years. It is noteworthy that drive through vaccination has also started in Bhopal, Indore. That is, come sit in the car and there the nurse will vaccinate. This facility has now been provided by the Health Department and CAT in Gwalior for the residents of the city. This type of vaccination will make it easier to vaccinate those elderly people and they will not even have to get off the vehicle. The people of the city have appreciated such vaccination. Officials of the department and CAT say that such a facility will be started in some more places in the city.