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Air passengers in Indore can now travel freely without a negative RT-PCR report

Amid the receding wave of coronavirus in Indore, the district administration has ordained airport authorities to relax certain travel norms. Now, passengers flying to and from the airbase are not required to produce a negative COVID RT-PCR test report to board the flight. Further, they are also exempted from showing their vaccination certificate to gain permission for entry in the airport or the aircraft. Other protocols such as masks and face shields will remain prevalent.

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Over 1.25 lakh beneficiaries to be benefitted in Indore today, under Vaccination Maha Abhiyan!

Aimed at magnifying the inoculation program in the city, a week-long Vaccination Maha Abhiyan is being witnessed in Indore. As a part of this, 1.25 lakh citizens will be given immunity booster jabs on Wednesday. Reportedly, the collector and district in-charge minister stated that the goal is to achieve 100% immunisation during the period of this initiative. Notably, the highest-ever count of nearly 7 lakh vaccine jabs was administered on Monday fuelling the project on its maiden day.

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Around 3 lakh people to be vaccinated in Indore today as the world marks International Yoga day!

In a bid to amplify the count of beneficiaries, authorities in Indore have planned for the vaccination of nearly 3 lakh individuals today. This program is a part of the Vaccination Maha Abhiyan which stretches over the period from June 21 to June 30. As per reports, immunity booster jabs will be administered through 1,050 booths across 500 centres in the city, under this initiative.

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This road in Indore has been declared 'Covisafe' to encourage vaccination & create awareness

While India is relying on the vaccination defence strategy against the COVID pandemic, several states here have adopted varied means to promote inoculation and induce pandemic awareness among people. On these lines, a busy road in Madhya Pradesh's Indore was declared a 'Covisafe road', an official said on Wednesday. This is set to catch eyeballs, pique interest, propel COVID awareness and encourage the overall vaccination drive, summed reports.

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Bedridden & differently-abled citizens in Indore to be vaccinated at home!

Aiming to assure vaccination for all, the authorities in Indore have decided to provide the inoculation facility at home, for bedridden and disabled citizens faced with mobility difficulties. Reportedly, district vaccination officer, Dr. Pravin Jadia informed that the state Social Justice and Disabled People Welfare Department has prepared a list of over 50 such people. This index includes people who can't walk due to a disability or chronic health issues.

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