Journalists reporting from most adverse situations, should be vaccinated on priority: Kejriwal

In the National Capital, many journalists got infected with the coronavirus and some of them even lost their lives in the past one year

Journalists reporting from most adverse situations, should be vaccinated on priority: Kejriwal

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. — File Photo

New Delhi, April 14

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said journalists should be treated as frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic and his government is writing to the Centre for their vaccination.

"Journalists are reporting from most adverse situations. They shud be treated as frontline workers and shud be allowed vaccination on priority. Delhi govt is writing to centre in this regard," Kejriwal said in a tweet.

In the National Capital, many journalists got infected with the coronavirus and some of them even lost their lives in the past one year. — PTI

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