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6/1/21

If one sits in a JCB bucket for vaccination and crosses a rippling river, health workers are showing unprecedented enthusiasm.

What if the Warriors give up !: 








On the one hand, the whole country is fighting another wave of corona, while health workers in all corners of the country are also fighting with full morale to get the benefits of vaccination.



હાર માને તો વોરિયર્સ શેના!:વેક્સિનેશન કરવા માટે કોઈ જેસીબીના બકેટમાં બેસીને આગળ વધે તો કોઈ હિલોળા મારતી નદી પણ ઓળંગે, આરોગ્યકર્મીઓ બતાવી રહ્યા છે અભૂતપૂર્વ જુસ્સો

 People working in the health sector from Himachal Pradesh to Kerala do not give up even in the face of difficult conditions to speed up vaccination. In this battle against the Corona, neither the hurricane nor the inaccessible mountains could stop such warriors. 





Even in Himachal Pradesh, due to its geographical location, health workers are facing great difficulties in getting the vaccine to the masses. However, in the midst of such problems, the health workers had to go to the inland village of Sarteyola. Somewhere he climbed an inaccessible mountain, somewhere there was no way, so he sat in JCB's bucket and vaccinated the beneficiaries. In Kerala too, a team of health workers showed great enthusiasm and successfully carried out the vaccination. A 40-year-old woman doctor from Kerala, K.A. Sukhanya. Villages in the forests of Attapadi district of Palakkad district were cut off due to the storm. The Bhavani River here is also flowing above dangerous levels, but the hurricane did not stop the Sukhanya team from reaching the Murugala tribal areas in the forests of the Western Ghats.


 His team includes Health Inspector Sunil Vasu, Asst. Health Inspector Shaju and driver Sanjesh are also involved. The team covered 17 km. Reached here by walking and crossing the roaring river. So even in Pulwama, Kashmir, health workers are digging up hills and passing on the benefits of vaccination to the people. But the storm did not stop the Sukhanya team from reaching the Murugala tribal areas in the forests of the Western Ghats. His team includes Health Inspector Sunil Vasu, Asst. Health Inspector Shaju and driver Sanjesh are also involved. The team covered 17 km. Reached here by walking and crossing the roaring river. So even in Pulwama, Kashmir, health workers are digging up hills and passing on the benefits of vaccination to the people. But the storm did not stop the Sukhanya team from reaching the Murugala tribal areas in the forests of the Western Ghats. 

His team includes Health Inspector Sunil Vasu, Asst. Health Inspector Shaju and driver Sanjesh are also involved. The team covered 17 km. Reached here by walking and crossing the roaring river. So even in Pulwama, Kashmir, health workers are digging up hills and passing on the benefits of vaccination to the people.

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