Hathras News – Hathras: Villagers become aware of Corona through street games

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An awareness campaign on Corona is being carried out at the initiative of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the National Council for Science and Technology Communication of the Government of India. Among them, mobile vans raise awareness through street games from village to village. The team reached the villages in the Hasayan areas and made people aware of it.
Under the aegis of Sarvahitkari Shiksha Prasar Samiti, Govardhan, Mathura, the van reached the village of Andoli, Mathurapur, on Sunday. The program was organized in collaboration with the school principals. To avoid the third wave, people were made aware of street games. A message was given not to crowd into tourist spots and markets in large numbers without wearing masks. Care was taken to only leave the house when necessary and after social distancing. Here it was said that if someone shows symptoms like cough, runny nose, fever etc., a message was given to take the person to the nearest hospital and take their corona test. During the implementation of the program, the secretary of the committee Dharamraj Singh was also present in all the villages. Lokendra Singh and Akhil Bhadauria were present as local contacts. Who gave an educational speech in front of the public and said that this corona epidemic is very scary. What we can fight against if we keep social distance and wear double masks, especially outside and in crowded places.
Masks were distributed to all attendees prior to the kala jatha and street play program. They were also instructed to keep a safe distance. Also present during the program were Kaushal Singh, Amit Swami, Manoj Kumar, Balveer Singh, Satish Kumar, Rashmi, Nidhi, various volunteers from the committee.

An awareness campaign on Corona is being carried out at the initiative of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the National Council for Science and Technology Communication of the Government of India. Among them, mobile vans raise awareness through street games from village to village. The team reached the villages in the Hasayan areas and made people aware of it.

Under the aegis of Sarvahitkari Shiksha Prasar Samiti, Govardhan, Mathura, the van reached the village of Andoli, Mathurapur, on Sunday. The program was organized in collaboration with the school principals. To avoid the third wave, people were made aware of street games. A message was given not to crowd into tourist spots and markets in large numbers without wearing masks. Care was taken to only leave the house when necessary and after social distancing. Here it was said that if someone shows symptoms like cough, runny nose, fever etc., a message was given to take the person to the nearest hospital and take their corona test. During the implementation of the program, the secretary of the committee Dharamraj Singh was also present in all the villages. Lokendra Singh and Akhil Bhadauria were present as local contacts. Who gave an educational speech in front of the public and said that this corona epidemic is very scary. What we can fight against if we keep social distance and wear double masks, especially outside and in crowded places.

Masks were distributed to all attendees prior to the kala jatha and street play program. They were also instructed to keep a safe distance. Also present during the program were Kaushal Singh, Amit Swami, Manoj Kumar, Balveer Singh, Satish Kumar, Rashmi, Nidhi, various volunteers from the committee.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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