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Nanded ,Nov 29 (UNI)On the backdrop of Omicrome virus spreading out across in Europe, Africa, Austria, UK and other European countries,
District collector and magistrate Dr Vipin Itankar on Monday appealed to the all citizens now have no choice but to use the Panchasutri in their daily lives, including vaccinations and masks. If we take care now, we will save each other.
In his statement Dr Itankar explained that ,there is a general lack of interest in vaccination in the district. All facilities for vaccination have been set up at every health center in the district from the Gram Panchayat. Citizens are also being appealed from time to time. Despite this, many people in Nanded district are not ready to give up their irresponsibility.
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