Mobile Vaccination Fleet to continue operations on Wednesday (01)

Mobile Vaccination Fleet to continue operations on Wednesday (01)

Mobile Vaccination Fleet to continue operations on Wednesday (01)

Written by Zulfick Farzan

01 Sep, 2021 | 7:39 am

COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka Army on Wednesday (01) announced that it will continue operating mobile vaccination fleets to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Army’s Mobile COVID-19 Vaccination Fleet that prioritizes the vaccination of the elderly, sick, handicapped and feeble sections in society, is a combined effort of the Sri Lanka Army Medical Corps (SLAMC), Directorate of Preventive Medicine and Mental Health, Directorate of Supply and Transport, Sri Lanka Signal Corps, Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police.

The Mobile Vaccination Fleet will operate in the following areas:

1 X Vehicles for General Area Dehiwala/Kohuwala
2 X Vehicles for General Area Mount Lavonia
1 X Vehicles for General Area Moratuwa
1 X Vehicles for General Area Moratuwa/Rathmalana
1 X Vehicles for General Area Piliyandala/Kesbewa
3 X Vehicles for General Area Nugegoda/Maharagama
1 X Vehicles for General Area Army Headquarters
1 x Ambulance for General Area Colombo

2 X Vehicles for General Area Kalutara
8 X Vehicles for General Area Jaffna
1 X Vehicles for General Area Army Headquarters
3 X Vehicles for General Area Kandy
1 X Vehicles for General Area Galle
1 X Vehicles for General Area Matara
3 X Vehicles for General Area Kurunegala
3 X Vehicles for General Area Hambantota
2 X Vehicles for General Area Batticaloa
1 X Vehicles for General Area Badulla
1 X Vehicles for General Area Monaragala
1 X Vehicles for General Area Polonnaruwa
1 X Vehicles for General Area Ampara
1 X Vehicles for General Area Trinkomalee
1 X Vehicles for General Area Matale

The deployment of this fleet plus an ambulance on standby would administer the vaccine against COVID-19 visiting doorsteps of applicants only after those who need this mobile service register themselves with the National Operation Centre for Prevention of COVID-19 Outbreak (NOCPCO) through Hotline Nos 1906 or 0112860002.

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