Election Commission Starts Vaccine Drive For Officials At Delhi Headquarters

Election Commission Starts Vaccine Drive For Officials At Delhi Headquarters

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Former chief election commissioner MS Gill took the first shot of a vaccine

Ahead of the assembly polls in four states and a union territory, the Election Commission has started a vaccination drive against the coronavirus at its headquarters in Delhi.

The poll panel has set up a special vaccination camp at the office where all senior officials and staff will get inoculated.

Former chief election commissioner MS Gill took the first shot of a vaccine at the EC office.

"Election Commission of India today started COVID-19 vaccination drive for its officers and staff working at Nirvachan Sadan, Delhi. Former Chief Election Commissioner Shri. M.S. Gill, took the first shot of vaccine, to mark the beginning of the vaccination drive," the poll body said in a statement.

"Chief Election Commissioner of India Shri Sunil Arora and Election Commissioners Shri Sushil Chandra and Shri Rajiv Kumar will get vaccinated after all the officials and staff at Election Commission have benefitted from the vaccination programme," it added.

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