ANMs honoured by CM for their role in Covid fight

ANMs showed exemplary dedication and commitment in the Covid-19 vaccination drive

ANMs have a big contribution in the current Covid-19 vaccination drive countrywide. In a gesture of gratitude and recognition for that the Assam government has honoured three ANMs. 
Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma has visited the house of Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) Daizy Das at Adrasha Nagar, 10 Mile in the city yesterday and felicitated ANMs Daizy Das, Garima Das and Jonaki Daimary on the occasion of 75th Independence Day for their exemplary dedication and commitment in the Covid vaccination drive.
Assam CM honouring an ANM on the occasion of Independence Day
Image: Assam CM honouring an ANM on the occasion of Independence Day
All three ANMs have been performing their duties in vaccination campaign in GMCH where a total of 68343 vaccine doses have been administered till now.
All three ANMs have been performing their duties in vaccination campaign in GMCH where a total of 68343 vaccine doses have been administered till now.
Later talking to the media persons, the Chief Minister said that the ANMs performed admirably while dedicatedly delivering vaccination services and they have been felicitated to recognise and honour the contribution of all such Covid warriors in the state during the fight against the pandemic.
Assam CM honouring an ANM
Image: Assam CM honouring an ANM
The Chief Minister also expressed optimism that the target of 1.5 crore vaccine doses would be achieved by August 20.
Principal of GMCH Dr. Achyut Ch. Baishya, Superintendent GMCH Dr. Abhijit Sarma also accompanied the Chief Minister on the occasion.
Assam CM honouring an ANM
Image: Assam CM honouring an ANM



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