STATE TIMES NEWSRAJOURI: To mitigate the effects of second wave of COVID-19 outbreak, Indian Army has also speeded up its efforts to save lives of people from this infectious virus. To increase awareness about vaccination, Army organised a vaccination registration camp for the populace of Deeing, Kalal and Beripattan villages in District Rajouri.The aim of this registration camp was to facilitate registration of as many locals as possible for the third phase of vaccination on Cowin.gov.in application and spread the word in adjoining areas about the facility. The attendees were also briefed about regular viral fever due to changing weather, which people mistakeningly relate to COVID-19 and create panic situation. The locals were advised to take preventive measures like drinking warm water, Kadha and use of steaming.The locals expressed their desire that such Vaccination Registration Camp must be conducted at other places also so that entire area is benefitted from this initiative. The Registration Camp was attended by 190 locals out of which 87 were registered and 60 were vaccinated.
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