CT Group marks World Health Day by organizing a one day Covid-19 vaccination drive

Punjab Tribune Bureau | April 07, 2021 08:18 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

Civil Hospital officials provide free of cost vaccine to CT staff members

 Jalandhar: In order to spread awareness regarding importance of COVID-19 vaccination and to mark World Health Day, CT Group of Institutions, South Campus, Shahpur organised a one day COVID-19 vaccination drive in association with Civil Hospital, Jalandhar. More than 60 staff members got vaccinated.

An online registration was done for teaching and non-teaching members of the campus who are above 45 years of age. A team of officials from Civil Hospital namely Dr. Chetna, Community Health Officer (CHO); Navdeep Kaur, Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM) and Deepak Sodhi, Computer Faculty supervised the drive.


CT Group Chairman Charanjit S Channi and Vice Chairman Harpreet Singh said that getting vaccinated is quite necessary now and eligible people must get themselves vaccinated at the earliest possible. “At CT Group, we are making everyone aware about the guidelines from last one year and now we will keep promoting the cause of getting vaccinated too”, they added.

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