6,09,121 Doses of Vaccines Administered to Beneficiaries in Isles So Far

Port Blair, Jan. 7: The safety of the citizens is the foremost priority of the Administration, especially during this pandemic time. To shield its citizens from the corona virus, the vaccination of eligible beneficiaries is being initiated by the Administration in different parts of the Islands.  

Port Blair, Jan 7: The Andaman & Nicobar Islands Private Practicing Doctors Association in coordination with Directorate of Health services will conduct a multi-speciality health camp at PHC Tusnabad on Sunday (9th January), 2022 from 9 am to 1 pm. 

Shri. V K Abdul Aziz, President, District Congress Comittee, R/o Brindraban expressed deep sadness at the passing away of Shri John Paul, Veterinary Compounder, R/o Webi, Mayabunder who breathed his last today (07.01.2022) due to road accident.  Aziz prayed to the Almighty for the strength and perseverance of all bereaved family members to get through this difficult time of irreparable loss.

Port Blair, Jan 7: The Distribution of Vegetable Seed Minikits commenced in Municipal Area from today on 7th January. Altogether 5600 vegetable minikits were handed over to PBMC staff for distribution in 7 wards of Port Blair municipal council. The vegetable minikits were distributed to the sanitary staff of Ward no. 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8 and 14. For providing technical support to the beneficiary the field functionaries of Agriculture Department were also accompanied during the distribution programme. Further the remaining 17 wards will be covered from 8th and 10th Jan 2022. Under this programme so far 23500 nos of vegetable seed minikits were distributed at various villages of and municipal areas of South Andaman District. Under this programme 5498 Nos of Vegetable Seed Minikits are being sent to Hut Bay for the beneficiaries of Little Andaman Island. The same will be distributed among the beneficiaries of Little Andaman through the Community Resourse Persons of respective areas along with the representatives of Agriculture Department.

Port Blair, Jan. 7: During the RT-PCR test conducted on 343 passengers who arrived here yesterday, 20 positive cases have been detected. Today, 14 flights with 1968 passengers arrived, out of which, RT-PCR test was conducted on 446 passengers (includes 17 foreign travellers) and the reports are awaited. About 41 positive cases were found during the test conducted yesterday and few needs repeat test.