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Mega Vaccination Drive in Mangaluru City Corporation limits on 22 January

Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC), 50% of the district is unvaccinated. It is necessary to identify and vaccinate citizens who have not received the anti-Covid19 vaccination in its first and second doses. All COVID fighters must also receive a booster dose in order to protect themselves. 

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MCC will hold a massive vaccination push in the city on January 22, 2022. Vaccines and booster doses are available at 39 different locations, including 10 UPHCs, malls, public areas, and markets. The general public and citizen welfare groups are urged to persuade and encourage unvaccinated people to visit the above-mentioned centers.

On request, a mobile vaccination service is also available. Please contact the Ward Covid Nodal Officer, UPHC Nodal Officer, UPHC Medical Officer, or MCC Covid Nodal Officer to obtain the same. All citizens are required to take advantage of the vaccination drive.

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