Delhi University: Vaccination drive has been started for students and teachers in Delhi University. Vaccination drives are being conducted at WUS Health Center in North Campus and West Delhi.
Vaccination drive started for students and teachers in Delhi University
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Delhi University vaccination drive: Delhi University ,Delhi University, A covid vaccination campaign for its teaching and non-teaching staff and students (vacation drive) is driving. In an official statement, the Chief Medical Officer of Delhi University said, “All teaching and non-teaching staff above 60 years of age who are eligible for the precautionary dose as well as the University of Delhi (DU) And students of its constituent colleges are requested to get vaccinated. Vaccination drives are being conducted at WUS Health Center in North Campus and West Delhi.
Vaccination drive at WUS Health Center in North Campus and West Delhi (vacation drive) is being run. The vaccine dose can be found at West Delhi Health Center from Monday to Saturday, while the vaccine will be available at North Campus Center on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm. Meanwhile, a day after colleges reopened in DU with more students on campus, officials and volunteers were seen ensuring COVID-appropriate behavior on Friday, while teachers expressed hope that hostels will return in the coming week. But attendance will increase.
rules are being followed
Colleges of Delhi University resumed physical classes on Thursday after almost two years. Because the cases of Kovid are decreasing in the city. Near the University’s North campus, the University Metro station saw students exiting and entering, as guards equipped with thermal scanners followed COVID guidelines.
After the opening of Delhi University, many students had raised objections. Many students said that the college has been called in a very short notice, so many things could not happen, many students are facing problems even in hostels to stay.