ICICI Bank, the second largest private sector bank, said that given the experience of the past year, it is quite ready to prevent the impact of the second wave of corona virus epidemic on its functioning. But at the same time, he has appealed to the bank employees to provide vaccination facilities with priority. He says that the bank employees are doing the necessary service work, so their vaccination should be done soon.
The second largest bank in the private sector has warned that if the bank services fail then it will have a bad effect on the economic activities. Therefore it should be ensured that at least the staff working in the bank branches should be allowed to take the vaccine.
Banking is an essential service
The bank’s executive director Anup Bagchi said, “We provide essential services.” We transact with all customers and come in contact with them. We do not have any modern facilities but we are not allowed to take the vaccine. We are not allowed to board the train, bus. Then what kind of essential service are we. In this case something more needs to be done.
Economic crisis may arise
He warned that if the banking operations are affected, then along with the current health crisis, the economic crisis can also arise. In this regard, to better explain his point, he mentioned an ATM which remained closed for seven days. Corona cases are increasing in the country.
Covaxin became cheaper by Rs 200
The company has decided to cut the price of Covaxin, the most effective vaccine in the treatment of corona. Bharat Biotech has reduced its price from 600 to 400. Earlier, the Serum Institute announced a cut in the price of its vaccine Kovishield. He has reduced the price of Kovishield from 400 to 300 rupees.
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