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Canon India Collaborates with CII Foundation for COVID-19 Vaccination Drive for Underprivileged

29 December 2021: Canon India has announced a community welfare initiative in collaboration with the CII Foundation to help support their COVID-19 vaccination drive aimed at targeting underserved population in rural areas and urban slums.This is a step further to CII’s Project ‘Vaccine Nation’ that is strengthening the vaccination drive in the country.

The 15-day vaccination drive starting 12-21 December will be facilitated across Defence Enclave in Noida (12-15 December), Vasai Virar Industrial belt in Mumbai (16-17 December) and South 24 Parganas in West Bengal (20-24 December), covering the vaccination for over 3.2K Beneficiaries. To amplify the efforts of the ongoing vaccination drive, Canon India will support CII in mapping the vaccination requirement across states and will assist in setting up vaccination camps along with its members, reaching out to Tier 2 / 3 cities and rural areas.

Commenting on the partnership, Manabu Yamazaki, President & CEO, Canon India said, “In the past two years, it has become important more than ever for humanity to come together and support communities in need amidst the devastating impact of COVID-19. At Canon, we are driven by our corporate philosophy of ‘Kyosei’, which means living and working together for the common good. In line with this vision, we have introduced several COVID-19 relief measures in our adopted villages since the emergence of pandemic. Strengthening our CSR endeavours, we are proud to collaborate with CII Foundation, in accelerating the vaccination drive and support them to target communities across India’s small towns and rural areas. Our inroads into deeper rural communities will not only help people getting vaccinated but also educate them about the benefits so they become much more open towards it.”

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