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Coca-Cola's transportation services to aid 1.45 lakh vaccine beneficiaries across rural India

Global beverage giant, Coca-Cola has risen to the need of the pandemic hour to relay a unique aid to people. The CSR arm of the company has decided to cater transport services to about 1.45 lakh people in rural India to get their vaccination jab. The service will be provided across 4,400 communities and villages in Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Punjab, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Telangana, Delhi and Haryana. Besides, the Coca-Cola Foundation aims to spread awareness and encourage community participation to accelerate the vaccination drive.

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Tourism to restart in Goa only after 100% coverage of first vaccine shot for all adults

In a major policy announcement on Thursday, all tourism activities in Goa have been ordained to stay suspended until the state achieves 100% coverage of the first vaccine dose for adults. The Chief Minister also announced that the state aims to achieve the set target by July 30. This mission will be propelled by the ongoing Tika Utsav 3.0, which is harnessing positive public response and enthusiasm.

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Lucknow, Kanpur & other UP districts to advance vaccination through cluster approach!

The state of Uttar Pradesh has decided to launch a cluster approach strategy to expedite efficient vaccination among the target people. Under this programme, the government plans to mobilise and scale the drive with a focus on small geographical areas, the size of 10-12 villages. These will ensure thorough vaccination in a particular region, boosting cluster immunity and defence against the pandemic. As per reports, the initiative will find its feet in the month of July.

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Priority vaccination in Goa for students, Olympic participants & job seekers travelling abroad

Goa is boosting immunisation against COVID among the youth, by opening the doors of almost 83 vaccination centres for the 18-44 age group. As per the latest announcement by the Chief Minister of Goa, a fresh set of relaxation has been issued which is in sync with the guidelines of the Government of India. These relaxations allow the inoculation drive to give priority to individuals (18-44 age group) who are leaving for abroad, to get vaccinated at the earliest.

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Lucknow's Civil Hospital sets up 'pink' women booths to pace up vaccination drive

Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Hospital in Lucknow has started a novel drive to shape public opinion in favour of the city's mega COVID vaccination campaign. In a bid to spread awareness about the vaccination and promote inoculation, the hospital authorities have set up a selfie booth here to encourage and induct more people into the immunity operation. A special 'pink' vaccination booth has also been established here to dedicatedly administer the vaccines to women.

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