Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Air India to set up mass vaccination camp for its employees

New Delhi: Amid a record rise of Covid-19 cases in India, national carrier Air India (AI) has decided to set up a mass vaccination camp for its employees aged 45 years or above on priority.

As per Air India, it has around 6,000 employees above the age of 45 years.

"Air India has decided to organise a camp for its employees. Almost 5,000-6,000 employees will be given vaccines," an Air India official told ANI.

The national carrier has given a detail about the vaccination camps to their concerned offices across the country.

The Central government has permitted various establishments to facilitate vaccination camps at the offices for their employees above the age of 45 years.

With an aim to vaccinate maximum number of eligible people against Covid-19, India on Sunday launched the four-day-long 'Tika Utsav' or vaccination festival.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi called 'Tika Utsav' the beginning of the second big war against corona.

13/04/21 ANI/Times of India

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