Punjab Govt committed for providing best healthcare facilities to its residents: Chairman Sukhwinder Singh Bindra
Punjab Youth Development Board successfully holds 16 covid19 vaccination camps in Ludhiana till date
Ludhiana: Working shoulder to shoulder with state government in the war against Covid-19 pandemic by intensifying vaccination drive, the Punjab Youth Development Board (PYDB) under the chairmanship of Sukhwinder Singh Bindra has so far organised a total of 16 Covid19 vaccination camps in the district till date.
On Thursday, Bindra inaugurated 4 such camps at Guru Kirpa Welfare Society (GK Vihar - Dhandra road), Maharana Partap Rajput Sabha, Mata Rani Mandir, Kartar Chowk, Gyan Niketan School Deep Colony and Asraa Charitable Society.
While speaking to media persons on the occasion, Sukhwinder Singh Bindra thanked organizers for organising such vaccination camps.
Sukhwinder Singh Bindra said that the PYDB is making concerted efforts to administer the dose of the Covid19 vaccine to all eligible people and PYDB would leave no stone unturned to ensure speedy coverage of the those eligible at the earliest.
The Chairman said that only accelerated vaccination drive can help to build herd immunity resulting in breaking the transmission chain of the infectious disease.
He also thanked industrialists for always supporting the PYDB and Capt Amarinder Singh led Punjab government in several welfare schemes.
He said that thousands of sports kits were provided to the PYDB by the industry and they have been helpful for the youth. He said that now that vaccination drive is going on in the state, he wanted to that the industry by organising special camps in their premises so that all their workforce gets vaccinated and stay safe.
Bindra added the Punjab Government is running the inoculation drive on the war-footing level and now it is the social responsibility of the people to fulfil it by getting the shot. He said that Capt Amarinder Singh led Punjab government is committed for providing best healthcare facilities to its residents.