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Hepatitis-B vaccination

As part of the club’s yearly activities for the welfare of the press fraternity of Dimapur district, Dimapur press club (DPC) in collaboration with Dispur hospitals, Assam organized Hepatitis-B vaccination camp on 21st July 2015, for its member at press point

super market. Media fraternity from various media houses including DPRO Dimapur staffs availed the opportunity during the free camp.

The second dose of vaccination will be administrated on 21st August 2015.

Before the start of the vaccination camp, editor and publisher Tir Yimyim, Temjen expressed gratitude to the medical team from Guwahati for their kind gesture towards the fourth estate whom he described as the most important segment of the society. “To carry out our assignments health factor is of utmost importance and only when we maintain our health we can deliver our services in a better manner,” Temjen maintained and congratulated DPC for organizing such noble programme for the welfare of its members.

Guwahati Press Club President, Nava Thakuria while stating that journalist were most vulnerable lot due to improper timing of sleep and eating because of their nature of job, felt that press members ought to get benefits of all health facilities.

It may be mentioned that World Hepatitis B day would be observed on 28th July 2015 and it was a befitting programme organized by DPC.

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