Second Wave Of Covid19 Spreading Faster ; Get Vaccinated: Sat Sharma

Jammu, Apr 16:  Former State President BJP and Ex Minister Sat Sharma (CA) visited Covid Vaccine Centre at PHC (Primary Health Centre), Talab Tillo, Jammu and took stock of arrangements made for the people arriving at Center for Covid Vaccination and also interacted with them. Sharma also received a COVID vaccine shot along with other visitors.

Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that it is the need of the hour to get vaccinated as the second wave of Covid19 is spreading faster and all must be careful and cautious about it. He  also asked the  BJP activists to make people aware about the importance of Covid19 vaccination. He said that Covid19 vaccination drive in the country is the largest drive in the world against the pandemic and everyone must take advantage of India’s scientific prowess under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that BJP Jammu West has also established Covid vaccination helpdesk at Covid Vaccination Centers and is trying to help all those people who are arriving for getting vaccinated.

He also appealed to the masses to obey SOPs and norms by using masks and sanitizers and obey social distancing to protect themselves from Covid19. He also took stock of arrangements made by the concerned department for the people who are arriving at PHC.

District General Secretary BJP & Incharge Covid Vaccine Program Rajesh Gupta, Satyabhushan Dubey, Vinod Wazir, Rajesh Saini, Abhsihek Sharma, Karan Banotra,  Nitish Kumar  and several others were also present.

 

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