Sailana Namli gets 100% vaccination on Monday
Sailana The target of 100% vaccination at 18 plus vaccination center child umavi was completed on Monday. The target of 200 vaccines was placed at this center, which was completed at four o’clock in the evening. The youth started coming to the center from nine o’clock in the morning. By 11-12 pm, more than 100 vaccines had been established and by the evening 100% of the target was achieved. In the city and region, there is a tremendous enthusiasm for vaccination among the youth.
Namely. The enthusiasm to vaccinate among the youth of rural areas, including the townspeople, remains intact. On Monday, 200 people aged 18 to 44 were vaccinated at the hostel located at the Government Higher Secondary School. The goal was to put 200 vaccines at the center. DEO Gaurav Bairagi, nurse Renuka Bamania, teacher Manorama Solanki were present during the vaccination. The villagers, including the city, have raised awareness about getting Corona vaccines. The center is seen walking all day.
Food system overview
Sailana In the city, food arrangements and self-refreshments are being arranged by the Joint Merchant Federation Sailana at the Madhav Corona Care Center operated jointly by Seva Bharti and the administration. On Monday, the traders of the Merchant Federation went with former Mandi President Dr. Vijay Charale to observe the food system. Expressed satisfaction over the purity of the food. On this occasion Surendra Mehta, Lalit Chandalia, Sanjay Mandot, Narendra Gelda etc. were present on behalf of the traders.
Chowkidar murdered in the under-construction show room of the bike in Javra, Ratlam
The survey is being done continuously in the wards
Sailana The survey is being carried out in the ward under the Kill Corona campaign. Councilor Hemant Kumawat said that the survey was conducted door-to-door in the ward on Monday. In the survey, information was given about cold, cough, fever and distribution of medicines from citizens in the ward by Shikha Sharma, City Council staff, Anganwadi worker Bhuli Kasera, Sahayika Indra Gwale. The councilor has appealed to the citizens not to hide the disease. Get treatment in the hospital on time.