In her letter to PM, the Bengal chief minister said people employed in priority sectors have been “forced to face people, to mingle with public for discharge of their duties” and they need to vaccinated “without any further delay”.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, urging him to provide another 20 lakh doses of Covid vaccine to officials and frontline officials.

Those who work in railways, airports, ports, defense, banking, insurance, postal and telecommunications, coal and other sectors are “forced to face the people and deal with the public. “The important thing is to get vaccinated in time regardless of age.” Earlier in the day, Mamata Banerjee attended the pandemic meeting chaired by Prime Minister Modi. “Because some prime ministers of the People’s Party ruled the country were excluded from the discussion, others were forbidden to speak”, said Remdesivir.


He never asked about cases of black fungus infection. The center said that in 24 Parganas states in the north and 24 Parganas states in the south, Howrah and Nadia were highlighted as problem areas.

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