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Signature Global provides Covid-19 Vaccine within their premises

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Signature Global provides Covid-19 Vaccine within their premises

Gurugram, April 16, 2021: In order to provide for health & safety of their employees, their family and others, Signature Global Group has started a Covid-19 vaccination drive on 16th April 2021 free of cost. To offer convenient access to the vaccine, this initiative by the real estate group has partnered with the Max Healthcare Ltd, Corporate Office, Noida. This vaccination drive began specifically for employees and their family members who are above 45 years of age. The drive began at 11 AM where not only the staff members of above 45 years of age but the parents of the younger staff participated too. The vaccination was done by specialised medical staff and the non-medical staff (paramedic & others) with an ambulance was present to cater to any emergencies. The event was smoothly conducted at the Corporate Office of Signature Global in Gurgaon. For this, people were asked to fill Covid Vaccination Forms and the Aadhar Consent Forms 2 days before the drive was initiated.
Since all the norms of Infection Control – wearing masks, washing and sanitising hands at regular intervals, maintaining social distancing have to follow even after the vaccination, the people who took the dose were briefed about it.

Signature Global Group has always been alert and has taken the health of its staff very seriously. Many health camps are organised from time to time for check-ups, distributing generic medicines and creating awareness in them regarding hygiene and precautions to be taken by the group. The group value high morals and tries to be upright in every situation.


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