COVID-19: Indian Oil Northern Regional runs mission vaccination at workplace

New Delhi: Indian Oil is India’s pioneer public sector energy company which is always committed to ensuring the energy security of the country. The corporation always endeavour in ensuring energy access and availability to every citizen of the country. During the current unprecedented times, wherein the Pandemic stalled and affected every aspect of life, Indian Oil has continuously been refuelling vehicles through its retail outlets and making door delivery of LPG cylinders to households to keep the flame of their kitchens burning across the nation.

Indian Oil is taking mission vaccination forward against COVID-19 to safeguard the frontline workforce for ensuring uninterrupted fuel supplies to all the citizens. In this direction, vaccination camps are being organised at the Northern Regional Office for customer attendants, LPG deliverymen, contract workers, and other frontline workforce including employees and their family members of all Delhi-NCR based locations and customer touchpoints including LPG Bottling plants, POL locations, Aviation Fuel Stations, Retail Outlets, LPG Distributorships etc.


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The vaccination drive is being run under the guidance of Indian Oil’s Executive Director (Regional Services) Northern Region Arup Sinha. Speaking in this connection, Sinha emphasised vaccination at the workplace because it is a positive step towards safeguarding the stakeholders against the pandemic COVID-19. He also praised the stakeholders for coming forward and getting themselves vaccinated in the camps. He advised the beneficiaries to take all safety precautions and adhere to the COVID appropriate behaviour.

The camps were organised under the supervision of GM (A&W) of NRO Lt. Col Yogesh Chandra. He shared that so far a total of 3,126 jabs were given to the frontline workforce in the age group of 18 to 59 years at the 6 vaccination camps were organised at the Northern Regional office of Indian Oil. He further shares that the vaccination drive will continue in future as well in anticipation of the third wave of the pandemic in India.

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