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J&K To Prioritise Vaccination Of Students Above 18 For Reopening Educational Institutions

'We are trying to vaccinate students aged above 18 years on priority and professors and teachers in the academic institutions as well because the aim is to restart the institutions,' said J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha

J&K To Prioritise Vaccination Of  Students Above 18 For Reopening Educational Institutions
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J&K To Prioritise Vaccination Of Students Above 18 For Reopening Educational Institutions
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2021-09-11T14:26:30+05:30

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday announced that a special drive will be launched in a bid to vaccinate students aged above 18 years on priority to expedite reopening of educational institutions in the Union Territory.

While addressing the reporters on the sidelines of a function at SKICC, Sinha said that majority of the teaching faculty has already got vaccinated.

“We are trying to vaccinate students aged above 18 years on priority and professors and teachers in the academic institutions as well because the aim is to restart the institutions," he said.

A special drive will be conducted for the vaccination of students above the age of 18 as most of the teachers have already got vaccinated, Sinha said.

Asked about the security scenario in Jammu and Kashmir, the LG said “all is well”, without commenting further.

Earlier, Sinha released a book titled "Analysis of Accreditation Report of Union Territories of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh" at SKICC.

(With PTI Inputs)

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