New Delhi, Jan 12: Security has been stepped up on the Indira Gandhi International Airport within the nationwide capital from the place the first consignment of Covishield vaccines from Pune will probably be transported to totally different components of the town on Tuesday, police stated.
A SpiceJet flight carrying the vaccines landed on the Delhi airport round 10 am on Tuesday, 4 days forward of the launch of a nationwide drive towards the coronavirus.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (IGI Airport) Rajeev Ranjan stated PCR vans together with native police will escort the autos carrying vaccines to its designated locations. He stated ample safety preparations have been put in place to facilitate the transportation of vaccines.
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Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Manish Agarwal stated, “If any schedule and motion of vaccine is shared with us and if facilitation is requested for, we are going to present it.”
The Delhi Traffic Police stated it can guarantee easy motion of the autos carrying the vaccines.
Adequate police preparations have been made on the storage websites, and PCR vans will even cowl these items of their patrolling plans, police stated.
The police management room has additionally been directed to reply promptly to calls from chilly storage factors, vaccination websites, and instantly cross on the data to PCR vans, native police, site visitors police and another company, they stated.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahadra) Amit Sharma stated, “We have deployed the personnel on the storage space of the Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital.”