Indore: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan arrived in Indore last Thursday. Here, he visited the vaccination centers located at Khajrana Ganesh temple premises as part of the second phase of the Vaccination Campaign. At the same time, he appreciated the mega campaign for corona vaccination in the Indore district. He said, "Indore will create a new history in this region and show a new direction to the country. Indore is writing a new chapter in the field of development.'' At the same time, he said, "The number of corona patients is increasing rapidly in other provinces of the country including Kerala. Kerala has received 37,000 cases in a single day yesterday. It is worrying for us. We should learn to be careful and alert. Don't think that the corona is gone. There is a possibility of a third wave of the corona. The campaign will continue till the vaccination of the last person in the society.''
At the same time, he appealed to all the people of the society to join this mega campaign and make it successful with coordinated efforts. He laid the foundation stone for renovation of Dialysis-Thalassemia Centre and state-of-the-art blood bank project Sushruta and new works worth Rs 8 crore at a function held at Red Cross Society campus in Indore. The setting up of an international lab will greatly provide a lot of relief to thalassemia patients in the state. Sickle-cell and thalassemia have always afflicted me. Treatment leads to better prevention. Through this center, potential thalassemia patients will be diagnosed and treated in the early stages. He further said that the treatment of sickle cell anemia costs a lot. An MoU has been signed with a group of doctors from the USA for its effective treatment. We will provide free treatment to low and middle-class sickle-cell anemia victims by the Government in collaboration with project doctors, social workers, Red Cross.''
He also said, "At the moment, the corona has stopped, yet positive cases are coming. Be careful when this virus changes its appearance, no whereabouts.'' In the meantime, he asked the doctors present to spread awareness among the masses. He said, "Indore is number one in many things. It is expected that Indore will be at the forefront of the vaccination of pregnant women.'' Let me tell you that MLAs Malini Gaur, Mahendra Hardia, Akash Vijayvargiya, Dr. Nishant Khare, Gaurav Ranadive, etc. were present on the occasion.