Mathura: Testing has been intensified at railway stations and bus stations in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh to prevent the spread of corona virus infection through out-of-town pilgrims and others. In Mathura, the infection has started increasing and 74 people have been found infected in the last 24 hours. District Magistrate Navneet Singh Chahal told reporters today that although testing of passengers coming from outside is already being done at stations and bus stations, but since some areas of Mathura have been sealed, due to Kovid-19 infection, the contentious zone has been declared. Had to do. Testing and contact tracing have since been extended.
He said that the vaccination campaign has also gained momentum. So far, after the corona vaccine which is available to the elderly, now this campaign has also been started for people in the age group of more than 45 years under the special group. The District Magistrate said that a plan has been prepared to speed up the Kovid-19 vaccination campaign and to extend this facility to every person. The department has decided to launch a campaign to motivate people living in the field to get vaccinated.
In this, journalists, teachers, taxis, auto drivers, bank personnel, lawyers above 45 years of age are being motivated to get vaccinated so that people can be protected from corona virus infection. Vaccination of journalists and media persons and retail and big shopkeepers has been started for two days from today. Banks and insurance workers on April 10, school and college teachers from April 12 to 14, autos, rickshaws, buses, taxi drivers, hawkers and construction workers on April 15 and 16, other government officials and employees from April 17 to 19 ( Excluding Front Line Workers), on April 20 and 21, the staff and lawyers of the judiciary, on April 22 and 23, employees of private offices will be vaccinated.