Huge enthusiasm was witnessed at the Students Vaccination Drive held at various CMS campuses, with more than 5000 students vaccinated so far.
The concern of City Montessori School towards its students’ safety and security is mirrored in the enthusiasm displayed at the 15 to 18-year-old students’ Covid Vaccination Drive being carried out at various CMS campuses. More than 5000 CMS students of classes 9 to 12 have been vaccinated in the camps being held at different CMS campuses so far. In this vaccination drive, the awareness of the students, their enthusiasm for the Covid vaccine, and their faith and resolve to eliminate the Coronavirus is clearly visible. CMS Founder and eminent educationist Dr. Jagdish Gandhi expressed his happiness over the success of the vaccination drive of the school and said that the safety of the students is our top priority. Dr. Gandhi expressed his heartfelt gratitude for the cooperation of the Uttar Pradesh government and the administration in the school’s vaccination drive. He also expressed his gratitude to the parents, principals, and teachers, for their collective efforts in making the campaign a huge success.
Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr. Hari Om Sharma informed that students got the first dose of the Covid vaccine at vaccination camps held today at CMS RDSO, Asharfabad, Kanpur Road, Gomti Nagar Campus I, and Gomti Nagar (Campus II – Cambridge Section). Most of the students had come to the school with their parents for vaccination. Ujjwal, a Class 11 student of the Cambridge section of Gomti Nagar Campus II, said ‘I am glad that my school is concerned about the safety of the students. I loved getting the vaccine in my school.’ Ananya, a Class 10 student, said that the vaccination program going on in the school is very good for all students. Pranit Thadani, a Class 11 student of Gomti Nagar Campus I, said that vaccination enhances our immunity and therefore is the most suitable way to prevent corona. ‘I want everyone around us to be vaccinated, then only a safe environment will be created. We cannot catch the virus, but by getting vaccinated, we can get the necessary immunity, he said. Similarly, CMS RDSO Campus students Vishal, Ishita, Sunidhi, and CMS Asharfabad students Taksha Arya, Ipshita Gupta, and Saurabh of Class 10 also said that this vaccination was a pleasant experience for them and now they feel safe and comfortable.
Mr. Sharma informed that efforts are being made to ensure that all students of the school in the age group of 15 to 18 years are vaccinated. Therefore, the drive will continue at CMS until all students in this age group are vaccinated. Vaccination of all the teachers and staff of the school has already been completed.
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