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Telangana Launches Special Vaccination Drive For Hyderabad:- Telangana government recently made an official statement that the situation of coronavirus is completely under control. KCR, the Chief Minister of the state reviewed the situation in the state and he ordered reopening of the schools, colleges and other educational institutions from September 1st. A special vaccination drive has been launched in Greater Hyderabad yesterday to vaccinate all the people of the state's capital. Special vaccination centres are traced to make the drive comfortable and available for everyone. A total number of 26,892 people got vaccinated in the limits of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) on the first day of the special vaccination drive.
Chief Secretary Sri @SomeshKumarIAS visited a vaccination center at the Old CIB quarters in Khairatabad to oversee the arrangements made for the special mop-up vaccination drive which started across the GHMC and Cantonment Board areas in the city from today. pic.twitter.com/VvYk5G8KtI— IPRDepartment (@IPRTelangana) August 23, 2021
A sticker will be pasted on the door of every household in which all residents have been vaccinated. Chief Secretary said that the main objective of this special mop-up vaccination drive is to make Hyderabad a 100 percent Covid Vaccinated city.— IPRDepartment (@IPRTelangana) August 23, 2021
KCR directed the officials to overlook this special vaccination drive in 4846 colonies of the city. He wanted the entire population in the city to get vaccinated before the end of this month at least with the first dose of vaccine. 264 colonies in the limits of GHMC are totally vaccinated and the officials appreciated their efforts. 175 teams are formed to conduct special camps across GHMC. As per the count, 23,651 people took their second dose of coronavirus vaccine on Monday and 3241 people took their first dose of the vaccine. KCR conducted a review meeting with the officials of the Telangana Health Department and came to a conclusion that the situation of coronavirus is under control in the state. The officials are instructed to reopen the schools and colleges from September 1st in Telangana.
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