New Delhi: The News Broadcasters Association (NBA) has welcomed the holding of a free Kovid Vaccination Camp at Film City, Noida, started by the Government of Uttar Pradesh on Monday. On the first day today, vaccines were given to various news channels, India TV, Aaj Tak, News24, ABP News, TV18, Zee News and News Nation’s mediapersons and their families. Many other news channels such as Times Now, TV9 and Total TV’s MediaKarma will probably come to the vaccine tomorrow.
N. in a statement B.A. Chairman of the Rajat Sharma thanked Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for organizing this free vaccination camp. Sharma said, Noida is a major center of national media. Journalists working in different TV channels work here in large numbers.
These journalists and camerapers meet patients, their families, doctors and health workers about the Kovid epidemic day and night to spread the news to audiences across the country and spread awareness about the epidemic. This is a risky job. Therefore, there is an urgent need for collective vaccination of all these media persons and their families.
NBA On May 3, the Speaker wrote a letter to the Chief Minister urging him to apply the vaccine to media persons on priority and the same day Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath issued instructions to his officials to organize a special camp. Sharma said that we are grateful to the Chief Minister for this.
NBA vice president Anuradha Prasad said, “In this epidemic, journalists are working tirelessly on every front.” In such a situation, vaccine is a priority for them. Not only did the government pay attention to this, but the decision to vaccinate the mediapersons and their family members is a welcome gesture. Many thanks, thanks to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for this initiative. Many thanks, thanks to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for this initiative.