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Kejriwal inaugurates free walk-in COVID-19 vaccination facility for journalists, their families

The newly launched facility will vaccinate journalists and their families in both age groups, 18-45 years and 45+ years.

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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday inaugurated a free walk-in COVID-19 vaccination facility for journalists and their families at Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya in ITO.

The newly launched facility will vaccinate journalists and their families in both age groups, 18-45 years and 45+ years.

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Addressing the media following the inauguration of the facility, Mr Arvind Kejriwal said, “This vaccination centre has been especially started to vaccinate journalists and their families. I am happy that this facility has been launched and the demands of the journalists have been met.’

‘This facility will vaccinate journalists and their families of both age groups, 18-45 years and 45+ years,’ he said.

‘Vaccination is the need of the hour to protect yourself from Coronavirus. I appeal to all the journalists to come here and get themselves vaccinated for free,” the Delhi Chief Minister said.

“We will rectify whatever issues the people are facing. I observed that the portal was facing some issues today. We are working towards resolving those and all the other issues based on the feedback of the people,” he added.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also accompanied Mr Kejriwal for the inauguration of the vaccination centre.

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