We’ve heard about hotels being converted into hospitals to cater to the rising COVID-19 cases in India. Now, popular restaurateur and chef Zorawar Kalra has proposed to offer his restaurants as vaccination centres to ease the battle against the infection. Zorawar Kalra’s network of restaurants includes popular restaurant brands like Masala Library, Pa Pa Ya, Farzi Café and Made in Punjab. He wants to offer his establishments across 9 cities as vaccination centres. Read on to know more.
Zorawar Kalra Proposes To Offer His System Across 9 Cities As Vaccination Centres
Restaurateur Zorawar Kalra recently took to his Instagram handle and proposed to offer his restaurants as vaccination centres. The post reads, “Vaccination on a war footing is the key to getting rid of the pandemic. As such, if the authorities permit, we would love the offer our network of restaurants across the country as vaccination centres during the lockdown. I hope vaccine availability issues get resolved soon.” The caption of the post reads, “Happy to offer our system in 9 cities across the country as vaccination centres during the lockdown. Here’s hoping vaccine availability doesn’t remain an issue.” Chef Saransh Goila Announces Launch Of PAN India COVID Meal Platform To Assist Quarantined Patients
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Social Media Has Lauded The Initiative Of The Chef
Kalra’s post has received many praises from social media. While many users reacted with heart, clap and raising hands emojis, ZingyEscape commented, “This is such a brilliant idea @zkalra loved it .. if all schools or restaurants are opened as vaccine centres there won’t be rush at one single centre so one can follow protocols too. Plus like abroad can have a drive-through vaccine too. With a population like ours, we need this. Need to tag authorities too.” Also, Uber Is Providing Free Vaccination Rides To And From Authorised Centres Of India. Meanwhile, the virus is spreading like wildfire. So stay safe, wear your masks and avoid stepping out unless it is absolutely necessary.