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RIL AGM 2021: Reliance Foundation has set up 116 centres to speed up COVID-19 vaccination in India, says Nita Ambani

We have made the entire vaccination process very easy and accessible on our physical/digital platform JioHealthHub, said Nita Ambani at the 44th annual general meeting (AGM) of Reliance Industries.

June 24, 2021 / 04:00 PM IST
Speaking at the 44th annual general meeting (AGM) of Reliance Industries, Nita Amabi talked about Reliance Foundation’s mission to vaccinate all Indians by the end of 2021 and said hoped to partner with other corporate and local authorities towards fulfilling this mission. (File image)

Speaking at the 44th annual general meeting (AGM) of Reliance Industries, Nita Amabi talked about Reliance Foundation’s mission to vaccinate all Indians by the end of 2021 and said hoped to partner with other corporate and local authorities towards fulfilling this mission. (File image)

Reliance Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), has set up 116 COVID-19 vaccination centres in 109 cities across the country to speed up the vaccination, said Nita Ambani, founder and chairperson, Reliance Foundation.

Speaking at the 44th annual general meeting (AGM) of Reliance Industries (RIL) on June 24, she said, "Mass Vaccination is India's topmost and urgent priority now. It is the most reliable way out of this crisis. And to achieve this in the shortest possible time, the Government of India has recently allowed private enterprises and hospitals to join the effort. To help speed up the vaccination drive, we have set up 116 vaccinations centres in 109 cities across the country."

“We have made the entire vaccination process very easy & accessible on our physical/digital platform JioHealthHub with a click of a button, you can book a slot or download CoWin Certificates,” she said.

Reliance Foundation will offer this platform absolutely free of cost to all users. " The platform has the ability to scale up to 1 lakh vaccinations a day, that's one crore vaccinations in 100 days. We are continuously working to further increase this number," she said.

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She further talked about Reliance Foundation’s mission to vaccinate all Indians by the end of 2021 and said she hoped to partner with other corporate and local authorities towards fulfilling this mission.

“ As we speak, we are already testing this platform with our Reliance family. We are currently vaccinating all 20 lakh of our Extended Family, including retired employees, partner company employees, and their families – free of cost.”

Reliance’s ‘Mission Vaccine Suraksha’ is one of the largest corporate vaccination drives in India, she said, adding that "executing this Mission on a nationwide basis is a humongous task. But it is our dharma, our duty to every Indian, our promise of safety and protection. Our firm belief that together, we can, and we will overcome. "

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first published: Jun 24, 2021 02:58 pm

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