Pune : Pune Municipal Corporation is implementing various initiatives to curb the rising incidence of corona. As part of this, the ‘Vaccine on Wheels’ initiative has now been launched. The initiative was inaugurated by Mayor Muralidhar Mohol today. To implement this, Pune Municipal Corporation has got the support of ‘Jivika Healthcare’ and ‘My Vaccine’. In the first phase, 5 mobile vans have been provided for vaccination as per the information given by the municipal administration.
5 mobile vans have been made available for 15 field offices in Pune city. Each van will have 1 doctor, 2 nurses, 1 health registration assistant, 1 health social worker, 1 driver and 1 ambulance with AEFI kit. The Mayor was also informed that all possible efforts are being made at various levels to speed up the vaccination drive in Pune city and to cope with the possible third wave. A meeting was held in this regard.
पुणे शहरातील लसीकरण मोहिमेला गती देण्यासाठी आणि संभाव्य तिसऱ्या लाटेचा सक्षमपणे सामना करण्यासाठी आपले विविध पातळ्यांवर सर्वतोपरी प्रयत्न सुरूच आहेत. याचाच एक भाग म्हणून @MCCIA_Pune आणि @ppcr_pune ने पुढाकार घेत ऑनलाईन बैठक आयोजित केली होती. pic.twitter.com/qyvomfvGWq
— Murlidhar Mohol (@mohol_murlidhar) May 26, 2021
Construction of Bharat Biotech plant accelerated in Pune
Bharat Biotech will start production of Covaxin by the end of August from its Corona vaccine plant at Manjari. Preparations are underway at various levels for this and it is planned to produce maximum number of vaccines from this plant. In the first phase, the company will recruit scientists and engineers. Retired scientists from Bharat Biotech’s Hyderabad and National Institute of Virology (NIV) will also be involved. In the second phase, work is underway to get the permission of the Food and Drug Administration, MSEDCL, Central and State Pollution Control Board, Labor Department. In the third phase, the inspection of machinery will be completed.