Volunteers will save from a possible third corona wave

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The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has started preparations to save society from the possible third corona wave. At the meeting of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s All India Province Pracharak in Chitrakoot, it was decided that there would be a city and block level team to deal with Corona. That will provide medicine, awareness, and the necessary things. Volunteers are trained for this. According to the Sangh staff, a list of health care volunteers will be drawn up for the nationwide training program. These are used to protect against corona diseases. In addition to the eight blocks, there are training programs in three locations in the city. This training will be completed in August. From September, many volunteer people and organizations in every village and community will be involved in the campaign through public relations work. Special precautions and measures have been included in training for children and mothers. Trained workers will reach around 2.5 lakh locations across the country. The Sangh’s 27,166 branches have now started again. The circumstances of the second wave were also widely discussed. Service work in the provinces was checked. Funding centers and vaccination campaigns carried out by volunteers were also reviewed. As conditions normalize again after the outbreak of Corona, the use of Sangh Shakhas has also started in the field. According to the information, a total of 39,454 branches are currently in operation across the country, including 27,166 branches in the field.

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has started preparations to save society from the possible third corona wave. At the meeting of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s All India Province Pracharak in Chitrakoot, it was decided that there would be a city and block level team to deal with Corona. Which will provide medicine, awareness and the necessary things. Volunteers are trained for this. According to the Sangh staff, a list of health care volunteers will be drawn up for the nationwide training program. These are used to protect against corona diseases. In addition to the eight blocks, there are training programs in three locations in the city. This training will be completed in August. From September, many volunteer people and organizations in every village and community will be involved in the campaign through public relations work. Special precautions and measures have been included in training for children and mothers. Trained workers will reach around 2.5 lakh locations across the country. The Sangh’s 27,166 branches have now started again. The circumstances of the second wave were also widely discussed. Service work in the provinces was checked. Funding centers and vaccination campaigns carried out by volunteers were also reviewed. As conditions normalize again after the outbreak of Corona, the use of Sangh Shakhas has also started in the field. According to the information, a total of 39,454 branches are currently active nationwide, 27,166 of which are in the field.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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