Jabalpur News: On the initiative of the Advocate General, for the advocates in the court premises, the vaccination session will be organized, the registration will be done at the vaccination center itself.


Jabalpur, New Dunia Rep. On the initiative of Madhya Pradesh’s Advocate General Purushendra Kaurav, Corona Vaccination Camps will be set up at their workplace for the advocates and officers working in courts in all district and session courts and other courts of the state including the High Court.

Instructions have been issued to the Chief Medical Officers and Vaccination Officers of all the districts by Dr. Santosh Shukla, Director, National Health Mission, Madhya Pradesh, Vaccination. It has been said in the instructions that according to the guidelines related to Kovid-19 vaccination of the Government of India, in the vaccination session organized at the workplace of the concerned court, persons above the age of 18 years should be ensured to get the corona vaccine by on-site registration.

Letters were earlier sent to Advocate General Purushendra Kaurav by State Bar Vice President RK Singh Saini, Secretary of High Court Advocate Bar Association and State Bar Co-Chairman Manish Tewari. In which it was mentioned that many advocates are in the age group of 18 to 45 years who have not yet been vaccinated. On the initiative of Advocate General Mr. Kaurav, soon vaccination sessions will be held at the workplace of the courts and after registration at the site itself, the advocates and their staff will be given corona vaccines.

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