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Zee TV starts Covid vaccination camp for viewers in Maharashtra, Delhi-NCR, Uttar Pradesh from August 3

To book their slots, viewers must register themselves on, as well as on the government-authorised Cowin app, making them eligible for a jab at the camp. Mumbai Registrations to begin from August 3

Zee TV has organised the Zee TV vaccination camp for citizens in multiple states to get vaccine shots. Starting August 3, the drive involves installation of camps at locations across Maharashtra, Delhi-NCR, and Uttar Pradesh.

With the camp's primary motto being Corona Ko Harana hai, toh vaccine lagana hai, Zee TV urges all viewers to get their first or second dose of Covishield at their nearest vaccination centre.

To book their respective slots, viewers must fill in their details and register themselves on the website,, as well as on the government-authorised Cowin app, making them eligible for a jab at the camp. Abiding by the first come, first served principle, Zee TV appeals to all its viewers to check for registration announcements on its social media handles before arriving and carry their Aadhaar Card, Cowin number and flash the message received post registration along with their registration print-out or screenshot. All vaccinations will be provided free of cost to the registered applicants and their families at the camp. Mumbai Registrations to begin from August 3.

Aparna Bhosle, Business Head,  Zee TV, said, “While we continue to entertain our kutumb of viewers through a variety of exciting new content offerings on the channel, it is our humble endeavour to secure their well-being and help them stay safe in these testing times. However, the only way to truly minimise the impact of this pandemic is to get ourselves vaccinated appropriately while continuing to abide by the government recommendations. While the nation still strives to get all its citizens vaccinated, we would like to extend a helping hand to our loyal viewers through the Zee TV vaccination camp. We sincerely urge each citizen across the country to get themselves vaccinated and spread the word among their friends and families."

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