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Covid-19: Justice Ramana inaugurates Supreme Court Bar Association vaccination camp

SCBA President Vikas Singh was the first to take the vaccine today in the presence of Justice Ramana as the first priority is for members above 60 years of age.

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The Supreme Court Bar Association on Tuesday organised a Covid-19 vaccination camp to inoculate its members and their families, and judicial staff at the Delhi Government Health Centre in the Apex Court premises. 

The camp was inaugurated by Supreme Court judge Justice N.V. Ramana in the presence of SCBA Vice President Pradeep Rai, also the association’s health committee chairman, and others on Tuesday morning.

SCBA President Vikas Singh was the first to take the vaccine today in the presence of Justice Ramana as the first priority is for members above 60 years of age.

Supreme Court Bar Association President Vikas Singh being given the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on Tuesday. Singh was also the first to have it at the camp organised by the SCBA. Justice N.V. Ramana (in blue suit) inaugurated the vaccination camp and SCBA Vice President Pradeep Rai is also in the picture.

SCBA Vice President Pradeep Rai thanked Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain for providing appropriate instructions on Covid-19 vaccination in the Supreme Court campus.

Justice N.V Ramana arrives for inauguration of Covid vaccine camp at Delhi Government Health Centre.
Justice N.V. Ramana inaugurates the vaccination camp.
SCBA Vice President Pradeep Rai with other SCBA office-bearers.
Supreme Court Bar Association Vice President Pradeep Rai with Delhi Government doctors at its health centre in Supreme Court premises

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