Vaccination drive for underprivileged organised in Dwarka

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Vaccination drive for underprivileged organised in Dwarka

It is a great initiative for people in need of vaccination

Vaccination drive for underprivileged organised in Dwarka

Dwarka: Robin Hood Army, along with South District Magistrate, organised a vaccination camp in Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, Kakrola for the underprivileged like domestic help, security guards, etc of Dwarka. It is a four-day vaccination drive held from Monday till Friday and about 1000+ people have been vaccinated till now.

They recently assisted 1,037 Dwarka residents in getting their vaccination. The drives were conducted on September 20 (250 vaccinated), 21 (387 vaccinated) and 22 (400 vaccinated). The vaccination drive will continue till September 24.

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Anil Kundra, a volunteer of the Robin Hood Army, said, “The team is continuously managing all the work. People were registered in CoWIN and the process of verification by registration made the vaccination successful and the drives were conducted while taking all the necessary safety precautions.”

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It is a beneficial and necessary initiative for the underprivileged who can’t register themselves online and thus can't get vaccinated.

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Michelle David, another volunteer of the Robin Hood Army, said, “Due to the efforts of everyone, this four-day drive will be successful. So far, 1,037 people have gotten free vaccination for which we thank the District Magistrate.”

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She further added, “Our aim is to get maximum people vaccinated before the third wave so that we do not face the horrific situation we had to undergo during the second wave. Too many precious lives were lost. We are getting the people living in the slum areas, daily wage labourers and those who don't have the access to the internet for registering online vaccinated. Robin Hood Army as a team are working in this noble cause. The volunteers have taken up different responsibilities during the vaccination drives.”

Devi Laxmi, a domestic help in Dwarka, shared, “I’m happy that I’m vaccinated, thanks to people who organised this drive and helped us.” 

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