Reaffirming its commitment towards community service, Tata Motors, India’s leading automobile company, announced the delivery of the Tata Winger Vaccine Van to the Indian Red Cross Society, Karnataka to extend its support to the government vaccination drive, raise awareness, and enhance coverage across the Dharwad district. The Winger vaccination van was flagged off by Mr. Nitesh Patil, Deputy Commissioner, Dharwad, Mr. Sitaram Kandi, Vice President, Human Resources, Mr. Mahesh Suguru, Plant Head, Mr. Adil Bala, Head-TA, TCF, Paint & BIW, Mr. Jagadish Kulkarni, Head-Technical Services, Mr. Nitin Kanwade, Head-LCV & M&HCV, Mr. Shubhesh Gaurav, Head-SCM, Dr. Kavan Deshpande, Red Cross Society, NGO partners, and other representatives from the administration and Tata Motors’ CSR team.
The Tata Motors Vaccine Van is built on Tata Winger’s versatile platform and is customized to facilitate smooth vaccination in rural areas. It comes equipped with a refrigerator, doctor’s examination table, oxygen cylinder, suction machine, needle dispenser, beacon with public address system, and enhanced safety features. The Winger vaccine van will be deployed in the Dharwad district to facilitate the vaccination drive and build resilience within the community there to limit the spread of COVID-19 virus.
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