Gurugram: To safeguard everyone against a possible third wave and make India a COVID-free nation soon, M3M Foundation, in association with the Health Department, Gurugram, organised a two-day free COVID Vaccination Camp at M3M Urbana Parking Area, Gurugram. This initiative was a part of the three-day mega vaccination drive organised by the Health Department, Gurugram. In this camp, more than 200 beneficiaries above 18 years of age received the second dose of the Covishield vaccine.
“I want to thank the Health Department, Gurugram and the volunteers for supporting us in successfully providing vaccines to the beneficiaries. We hope our small contributions ensure that India achieves its vaccination target early so that our nation becomes COVID-free as soon as possible,” said Dr Payal Kanodia, Trustee, M3M Foundation.
The Foundation also organised ‘Jan Swasthya Chetna Yatra’ with support from Aide et Action (an international development organisation) and the Health Department, Tauru, Government of Haryana. It received an overwhelming response from all corners. The 20-day campaign, held between August 12 and 31, 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 the environment. During the pandemic, it provided relief to over two lakh people across the country and also ensured medical support to the people of Gurugram by establishing a COVID Care Centre with the help of the district administration. The Foundation believes that positive endeavours like these will greatly help in protecting society against a possible COVID-19 third wave.