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Modi govt's big plans to mark 100-crore Covid jabs. Here are the details

Oct 14, 2021 07:34 IST | By Editorji News Desk

With India getting closer to the 100-crore Covid vaccinations milestone, the Narendra Modi government is planning a mega outreach to showcase the feat.

As per the CoWin website, close to 97 crore vaccine doses were administered till Wednesday.

Also watch: No office from Oct 16 if not vaccinated against Covid, Delhi govt employees told

NDTV has reported that the BJP has asked its ministers, MPs and MLAs, and national and state functionaries to attend events in pockets across the country showcasing the big milestone. Special focus will be on poll-bound states of UP, Gujarat and Punjab during the outreach drive.

The report, quoting sources, said that the immunisation exercise has slowed down slightly due to the festivals of Durga Puja and Navratri. The government now plans to step up the exercise after Dussehra to reach the 100 crore mark at the earliest.

Under the outreach plan, BJP leaders, including ministers and lawmakers, will visit vaccination centres that clocked 100 per cent vaccination and felicitate doctors and healthcare workers, the report added quoting sources.

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