New Delhi: Indian Grid Operator POSOCO organised a second COVID-19 vaccination drive on August 3, during which 300 employees working in various Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) under the Ministry of Power were inoculated.
The drive has been organised by POSOCO in collaboration with Apollo Hospital, Delhi, where both the first and second doses of Covishield were inoculated.
In this drive, employees, as well as the contractual staff of Power sector PSUs including POSOCO, Power Grid, NRPC, CEA, CERC, MoP, etc., and their family members, were vaccinated.
During the drive, all the safety protocols were followed including social distancing, hand sanitisation, etc. At every step, proper posters were displayed directing the people about all the procedures and precautions to be followed. The venue for the drive was National Load Despatch Centre (NLDC) office at Katwaria Sarai, New Delhi.
POSOCO had previously conducted a similar vaccination drive on May 11 in which Power sector employees and their family members, as well as contractual staff, were vaccinated for the first dose.
POSOCO is a wholly-owned government enterprise under the Ministry of Power. It is responsible to ensure the integrated operation of the grid in a reliable, efficient, and secure manner. It consists of five Regional Load DespatchCentres (RLDCs) and the National Load Despatch Centre (NLDC).
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