He asked the states’ health machinery to organise mass vaccination camps for all
personnel. “It is imperative that the
personnel, many of whom work in close proximity with each other and face the general public every day, remain protected from the infection, so that all wings of power supply are able to collectively provide 24*7 uninterrupted power supply,” Kumar said in his letter.
to treat all operational staff across the electricity supply value chain as a priority category for vaccination. Maharashtra state government has already categorised all staff of private and government power distribution companies as front line workers, thereby priortising their vaccination.
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