Vax is not must for schemes, benefits
The Free Press Journal|November 14, 2021
State health minister Rajesh Tope says govt cannot deny benefits or ban entry to malls for the unvaxxed
SANJAY JOG

After uproar from various sections of the society, state public health minister Rajesh Tope on Saturday clarified that the government cannot deny benefits under various schemes to unvaccinated citizens. He said public distribution scheme (PDS), entry into malls or refilling of vehicles on petrol pumps is everyone's right.

Tope was responding after the Aurangabad pattern was criticized from all corners.

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