M3M Foundation, Health Department Gurugram come together to organize free mobile vaccination camp for construction workers in Gurugram
Gurugram : In view of the possibility of a third wave of corona, M3M Foundation with the Health Department, Gurugram organised a free mobile vaccination camp for construction workers at iMpower club 65th Avenue labour camp. This first-of-its-kind vaccination camp saw the ‘Mobile Medical Unit’ of the iMpower programme that provided the first dose of Covaxin to 143 beneficiaries above 18 years of age. The initiative was well received by workers who expressed their happiness on the same.
“The mobile vaccination drive ensured that beneficiaries receive the first dose of their vaccines hassle free. It is vital for us to sustain the momentum of vaccination to safeguard everyone against the pandemic and make India a Covid-free country as early as possible,” said Dr. Payal Kanodia, Trustee, M3M Foundation.
Moreover, the foundation also organized ‘Jan Swasthya Chetna Yatra’ with support from Aide et Action (an international development organization) and Health Department, Tauru, Haryana Government. It received an overwhelming response from all corners. The 20-day campaign which was held between 12-31 August 2021 was focused on ramping up vaccination and shedding vaccine-related hesitancy among communities in 64 villages.
M3M Foundation has been actively working for the betterment of society with its efforts in improving health, education, livelihood, and environment. During the pandemic, it provided relief to over 2 lakh people across the country and also ensured medical support to the people of Gurugram by establishing a Covid Care Center with the help of district administration. The Foundation believes that positive endeavors like these will greatly help in protecting the society against a possible 3rd wave of coronavirus.