Delhi govt to organise mass Covid-19 vaccination drive for mediapersons
The Morning Standard|May 08, 2021
THE Delhi government on Friday announced to organise Covid vaccination camps for the media persons in their offices. According to the government officials, lists of the workers from media houses have been sought so that the inoculation can start soon.

The officials aware of the development said that the health department would decide next course after receiving names of the journalists and other staff from media organizations.

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