On the lines of frontline workers, there was a demand to give booster dose to the bank employees on priority. On the lines of frontline workers, there was a demand to give booster dose to the bank employees on priority

digital desk, New Delhi. Corona cases are increasing continuously across the country. In such a situation, there is a demand to give priority to the booster dose to the bank employees like the frontline workers. According to Voice of Bank, an organization of bank employees, a large number of bank employees are also being affected due to the third wave of Corona epidemic across the country. Entire branches of city city banks are getting corona infected.

Ashwini Rana, founder of Voice of Banking said, thousands of bank employees have been infected so far. Where another state governments are implementing work from home for private and government employees, bank employees are forced to go to banks. Therefore, the government should give priority to the bank employees in the booster dose like the frontline workers.

The instructions issued by the Indian Banks Association should be properly followed by the State Level Banking Committees. Many state level banking committees still do not limit banking hours in their state.

He further said that the instructions issued by the bank management should be followed properly at the branch level, because even after the entire branch is infected, the branch is not closed. At the same time, corona infected employees are not being treated properly by the management of many banks and they are pressured to come to the bank.

According to Thursday’s data released by the Ministry of Health, more than 2.47 lakh cases have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours, while 380 people have died due to corona in the last 24 hours. At the same time, active cases in the country have crossed 11 lakhs.

IANS

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